This is for the 1300s!

  • #1

    We still have hope! Anyone can beat anyone and this is the proof!

  • #2

    Yes, well being a 1900 USCF player may have factor into to the result a LITTLE BIT. Wink

  • #3

    Also, 12...Bxf2 13.Nd1 Be1!! wins a pawn.

  • #4

    And wow...that was just a sad blunder Black played at the end (though I have done much worse)

  • #5

    Here is game where one of them 1300 types had me cold flat busted: He had a nasty little surprise for me in the opening, i won but the guy came to play !!      


     Correction: on 8.e5 black replies with Ne4 not Nd5  Tongue out

  • #6

    I would have played 19.Qxb6 in the first game...is that a mistake? It seems to even up the material.

  • #7

    another example is my recent fourm showing a 700player beating a 1407 OTB !!

  • #8

    It's not a mistake CookieRaider...I just wanted the checkmate opportunity. He hung his bishop later so I got lucky.

  • #9

    ah. Thanks!

  • #10
    mateologist wrote:

    Here is game where one of them 1300 types had me cold flat busted: He had a nasty little surprise for me in the opening, i won but the guy came to play !!      

     


     Correction: on 8.e5 black replies with Ne4 not Nd5  

    Pity you don't give the full sequence to mate here mateologist because it's a good one but here it is (I hope it's right):-

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    With the blocking move of the bishop, it becomes 6 moves to mate.
     

  • #11

    Nice

  • #12

    world series of chess sounds like awesome name for a tournament

  • #13

    It was a tournament that was dedicated to baseball lovers. We all picked a team from the majors. The first round is the regular season and the second round and any after that are the playoffs.

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