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GM Blunders twice in a match againsnt an 1400

  • #21
    Randomemory wrote:
    fruitcakes101 wrote:
    Scottrf wrote:
    fruitcakes101 wrote:

    Guys you guys aint thinking straight!!!! Qf5 then Nxd3 then a queen trade with Knight coming back to complete the queen trade on c5, after NxBd3,the Knight is protecting Queen on c5 and there is no more mate threat! and then i am up a piece and both queens on the board. u guys get it??

    Yeah, but, umm, why the hell would white capture your queen? He'd take the knight...


    True but then i am winning..but still why give me the knight for free that was my point...

    No you were not, in fact you were never winning, and before Ne5?? you were completely lost. Not to be a buzzkill, but I do not like people who troll like hessmaster, just a little cranky.

    aint i a pawn up?

  • #22

    fair enough.

  • #23

    of course dude who aint going to be completely lost against a GM

  • #24

    Everyone is missing the most obvious thing, Hes a GM for a reason, he knew you was 1400 and would play Rg8 ;)

  • #25

    Yes you are up a pawn but it is meaningless, GM's didn't get there by being stupid

  • #26
    Cruiseylee78 wrote:

    Everyone is missing the most obvious thing, Hes a GM for a reason, he knew you was 1400 and would play Rg8 ;)

    I think you hve a point there. Calculated risk which payed off!

  • #27
    hessmaster wrote:
    Scottrf wrote:

    Who was talking about whether it was a game losing blunder? You thought Qf5 won the game, only later did you see Nxd3...the debate was whether the piece was hung.

    Well Qf5 actually does win the game, just makes it much much harder 

    and Qf5 is best after Nxe5 

    The game is dead equal after Qf5. White would then have to rely on the very good chance that black will screw up the endgame, but that's beside the point.

  • #28

    guys i talked to him about this, he though he had knight covered, hey everybody does mistakes, i do mistakes every day, he does them in a while! i mean everybody blunders, gm do them less, i mean that the game where anand missed mate in one, put in on youtube. Still i am up a pawn, me a 1400 up a pawn against a GM???? in about less than 10 moves he will get it back!

  • #29
    BudBoomer wrote:

    GM is probably not used to playing such garbage positions so he blunders!!

    That does happen. I remember when I was 1100 and playing a 2300 FM a skittles blitz game. He dropped his queen in a queen+6 pawns endgame and had to laugh as he resigned on the spot.

  • #30

    Move 9: You can't take his Knight because your King is pinned by the Rook. 

    Move 18: You can't take his Knight because the Queen goes Qf5 threatening mate. The Knight cannot block this because it's pinned to the Queen. 

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  • #32
    BudBoomer wrote:

    GM is probably not used to playing such garbage positions so he blunders!!


    u admitting u play garbage positions???? i am rated higher than you, imagine your position mate

  • #33
    TornadoTee wrote:

    Move 9: You can't take his Knight because your King is pinned by the Rook. 

    Move 18: You can't take his Knight because the Queen goes Qf5 threatening mate. The Knight cannot block this because it's pinned to the Queen. 


    u can take bishop and same time defend queen!!!!

  • #34

    Tornado has just copied and pasted that from a prev comment lol. And its incorrect as Fruitcakes explained. Dear oh dear.  People dont try and look more than 1 move ahead.  ;)

  • #35
    Cruiseylee78 wrote:

    Tornado has just copied and pasted that from a prev comment lol. And its incorrect as Fruitcakes explained. Dear oh dear.  People dont try and look more than 1 move ahead.  ;)


    Dear oh dear.... whats wrong with Qf5 NxB defends queen???? queen takes queen, Knight finishes queen trade???

  • #36
    fruitcakes101 wrote:
    Cruiseylee78 wrote:

    Tornado has just copied and pasted that from a prev comment lol. And its incorrect as Fruitcakes explained. Dear oh dear.  People dont try and look more than 1 move ahead.  ;)


    Dear oh dear.... whats wrong with Qf5 NxB defends queen???? queen takes queen, Knight finishes queen trade???

    Reread Cruiseylee's post. He's agreeing with you.

  • #37
    fruitcakes101 wrote:
    Cruiseylee78 wrote:

    Tornado has just copied and pasted that from a prev comment lol. And its incorrect as Fruitcakes explained. Dear oh dear.  People dont try and look more than 1 move ahead.  ;)


    Dear oh dear.... whats wrong with Qf5 NxB defends queen???? queen takes queen, Knight finishes queen trade???

    Because as you have been told earlier he doesn't have to take the queen, he just takes the knight on d3

  • #38
    Markle wrote:
    fruitcakes101 wrote:
    Cruiseylee78 wrote:

    Tornado has just copied and pasted that from a prev comment lol. And its incorrect as Fruitcakes explained. Dear oh dear.  People dont try and look more than 1 move ahead.  ;)


    Dear oh dear.... whats wrong with Qf5 NxB defends queen???? queen takes queen, Knight finishes queen trade???

    Because as you have been told earlier he doesn't have to take the queen, he just takes the knight on d3

    White still has blundered having to settle for this though. The extra piece is lost in the process, and the mate threat is stifled. The game is now equal.

  • #39

    BudBoomer wrote:

    and its not "an" 1400 is english youre second language?

    Does that even matter? U go around checking the grammar on other people's forums??? lol get a life buddy

  • #40

    The point of this forum is to show everybody blunders not how my position is garbage bloomer a player rated 2400 could vs a GM and lose. Thus he has a garbage position right?

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