A very unique Chess game

RedGirlZ
 

This was a really cool game I had yesterday. Obviously there are a lot of mistakes from both sides, it is a 1500 game, but I thoroughly enjoyed it. It was from move 16 where the position became really bizarre. c5 instead of defending my e pawn was a weird move from my part, but it ended up working out alright because he didn't address the potential pin I'd have on his knight against his queen, with the horizontal rook. It's definitely the first time for me having this kinda position. After the centre busted open I had the advantage and he stopped playing. 

RedGirlZ

Move 15. f6 I did to stop mate. Reason I didn't do g3 is because the lightsquared being able to see down the entire diagonal with his queen right there freaked me out, thinking he'd form a mating net that I can't stop. He could of won. Engine was saying after 15.f6 evaluation is -2+ 

bghere

TKS for sharing! good game ,  ENJOY!!

ATV-STEVE

There are no degrees of uniqueness.

m_connors

Thanks for sharing. Very interesting game, no doubt. One of the things that struck me most was Black castling into a "crater" where all (or most) of the defences had been moved out of the way . . . 

dokmo

How much time did you have? Insted of castling short you could consider 8.Qc2 and castle long and attack with h- and g-pawn. Another idea is after 8...b6 to play 9.e4 to open up the position while black still has his/her king in the center. Good game

RedGirlZ
dokmo wrote:

How much time did you have? Insted of castling short you could consider 8.Qc2 and castle long and attack with h- and g-pawn. Another idea is after 8...b6 to play 9.e4 to open up the position while black still has his/her king in the center. Good game

It was a 5 minute game. 

I rarely castle queenside, not very confident about it.

RedGirlZ
SorryImAnon wrote:

I should also mention,  that closing the queenside feels wrong when all of your space and pieces are over there,  white isn't going to beat black on the kingside if both sides play reasonably.  

Look at the queenside after move 18. I doubt it's not going to close up with or without my intervention.

RedGirlZ
SorryImAnon wrote:
RedGirlZ wrote:
SorryImAnon wrote:

I should also mention,  that closing the queenside feels wrong when all of your space and pieces are over there,  white isn't going to beat black on the kingside if both sides play reasonably.  

Look at the queenside after move 18. I doubt it's not going to close up with or without my intervention.

Bc8 and it's going to h3 after black rolls his pawns.   I'd be surprised if your favorite engine didn't think it was -5 or worse after 18. c6  and that it was mostly even and playable before then

Of course by hindsight u can analyse how I could perfectly play the queenside. 

 

But i'm a 1500 player in a blitz game with limited time. 

RedGirlZ

Na u couldn't unless u cheated.

 

but of course u would since ur a blacklisted user

Abhishek336

From where can I see game about which you all are discussing.

Abhishek336

From where can I see game about which you all are discussing.

RedGirlZ

I made a lot of mistakes which cost me my e and d pawns. if he capitalised on it i would of lost. But i did well to hang on i think

RedGirlZ

Really? Cuz when i looked at the analysis at some point it showed -2.

RedGirlZ
SorryImAnon wrote:
RedGirlZ wrote:

Really? Cuz when i looked at the analysis at some point it showed -2.

I think it's a lot more than just -2 

Nope.

Analysis on chess.com shows maximum of around -2.11. around that margin. It wouldn't make sense for the evaluation to be much worse than 2 because my position was fine anyway. I just messed up hanging my e and d pawns. 

ZionPureinHeart

Nice I love that game! happy.png good job!

FRENCHBASHER001
me a patzer, admires all this beautiful moves

Great game!👍🏽

 

ChessNoob960

This is the most crushing victory I have ever seen

AussieRookie

If you Tel Aviv that, I don't think he'd agree. wink.png

Numquam

21...f4 followed by e5 and Be6 and white doesn't have any way to complicate the position. White is just lost. So 18. c6 can be called a blunder.