Win Against International Master

stylish_bunny
poucin wrote:

u were outplayed all during the game when 27...Rxd1 would simply led to a winning endgame for black.

Just a move played too fast (your Rd1 doesnt make any sense).

But indeed, nothing special as said above.

U were just lucky, but luck is part of the game, especially in bullet.

Dude what you are talking at the point where I offered Took trade I am fine look at anylises

stylish_bunny

At the point where I offered Rook Trade even engine gives evaluation in - this was eqaul Trading Rooks was not a mistake guys

stylish_bunny
drmrboss wrote:
Morphys-Revenge wrote:

Mouse slip dude. Nothing special here.

Not a mouseslip.

 

Most likely a premove.

 

In theory, a side with bad pawn structure must not exchange. So, IM is expecting " a5" , possibly.

 

But OP has no chess theoretical knowledge and exchange into possibly losing endgame. ( keeping rook is draw).

 

Dude sorry to say you don't know theory well take a look at engine evaluation when I offered Rook trade its in - it should have been a still easy draw if Rook was traded but he blundered by Premove see this

poucin

lol, this guy sent me a personnal message to tell me it was a draw and that his engines told it.

I don't see where engine tells it is equal, giving -0.9 in your pictures so significant advantage for black here.

Maybe white can hold this pawn endgame : I have doubts about it and it would take some time to analyze it, i have more interesting things to do sorry...

But trading rooks can only favours black : if it is draw, it is easier to get a draw with a rook than without.

stylish_bunny
poucin wrote:

lol, this guy sent me a personnal message to tell me it was a draw and that his engines told it.

I don't see where engine tells it is equal, giving -0.9 in your pictures so significant advantage for black here.

Maybe white can hold this pawn endgame : I have doubts about it and it would take some time to analyze it, i have more interesting things to do sorry...

But trading rooks can only favours black : if it is draw, it is easier to get a draw with a rook than without.

You mentioned earlier that trading Rook was blunder I am just clearing that dude no offence happy.png 

drmrboss
poucin wrote:

lol, this guy sent me a personnal message to tell me it was a draw and that his engines told it.

I don't see where engine tells it is equal, giving -0.9 in your pictures so significant advantage for black here.

Maybe white can hold this pawn endgame : I have doubts about it and it would take some time to analyze it, i have more interesting things to do sorry...

But trading rooks can only favours black : if it is draw, it is easier to get a draw with a rook than without.

Lol, he PM me as well, with his little knowledge and very low depth evaluation of his engine (web based low depth engine by chess.com).

Here is my 3 min analysis on my 4 core pc with 6 men Tablebase, 0 contempt, single PV (Stockfish 11 developmental  version 2020 January, a few days older than the latest one ) and the evaluation is climbing since depth 41+ on 65k nodes , and at the time I stop at depth 43/66 that evaluation is +4.67  and climbing with time.  I am more than 99% sure that it is not a fortress (draw) but a forced win. I dont need to/ I dont want to spend more than to argue with him/ to prove it is forced checkmate in ?? moves.

drmrboss

I said "avoid rook exchange when you have bad pawn structures"

 

Why? In K +P vs K+P endgame, you have very high risk of losing when you have bad pawn structure, and even one tempo can cause a loss although there is exactly same materials on the board,

But with rooks on board, there is very high chance of draw even if you are one or two pawns down. 

stylish_bunny
drmrboss wrote:

I said "avoid rook exchange when you have bad pawn structures"

 

Why? In K +P vs K+P endgame, you have very high risk of losing when you have bad pawn structure, and even one tempo can cause a loss although there is exactly same materials on the board,

But with rooks on board, there is very high chance of draw even if you are one or two pawns down. 

Ok thanks dude I will take your advice for sure one more thing I am not arguing dude,I just wanna say it was Bullet and bullet is definetly not a Serious chess but its a first time Win against IM for me in my career so feels like to share nothing else thnx for that information happy.png

pfren

Of course analysing bullet is even more stupid than analysing blitz, but I find the K+P endgame after 27...Rxd1 quite instructive.

The most didactical way to win (there must be more than this one) is bringing the following position:

 

 

I do not really care what the engine says here, any sane human being can envision the position faster than an engine- search depth is some sort of issue for an engine, but not humans, which are smart, and need not calculate every possible move. The winning pawn break on the kingside is very typical, and well known- all you need is force white's king on the a-file.

BetYouKnowMe

Here is a video where a grandmaster loses hahha https://youtu.be/23Ij7-jGehc