one mistake and it is over .

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    It is often considered rude to post the name of your opponent. Interesting game, mistakes on both sides, but still interesting.

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    Seareader wrote:

    It is often considered rude to post the name of your opponent. Interesting game, mistakes on both sides, but still interesting.

    That's BS. It is only rude if your opponent got clobbered.

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     it is unknown now

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    Personally I don't care if people post my name in games I got clobbered in, and have no qualms in doing vice versa - although I rarely post such games because they are not that interesting!

    This looked quite a good game really and you were unlucky to lose. I guess if there's something you could take from it it would be to be careful to play solidly. Once you were up the two pawns, he had pressure - and in the end it was a tactical mistake which is usually the case when someone with a material advantage loses. By move 34, you're still up a pawn and have positional advantages - so after something like 34.Qd8+ trading queens you've got enough to convert I think and less to worry about. Nice game.

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    thanks walter

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    morehope wrote:

     it is unknown now

    you must be new here. I'd like to turn your attention to the game showcase and game analysis threads

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    what do want to say ?


  • #9
    morehope wrote:

    what do want to say ?


    to post your games for analysis in those threads

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    ok i see

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    why not 22.Qxf5?

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    queen is protecting h 2 pawn .

  • #13

    so?ur on a king hunt....screw the h2 pawn Tongue out



  • #14

    cool but i really played fast without analysis for long time ... thanks .

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