14isgreat

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plays chess and yeah

btw. pls join UCC - United Chess Competitions 

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@zone_chess:

It's usually the less visible moves, the subtle shifts in the position, that are the true brilliancies, rather than the spectacular strikes.

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Below is one of my best tournament finishes!

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Gold medal from a Swiss Tournament

Link to the tournament: https://www.chess.com/tournament/live/100-rapid-3075508

I won this medal in a tournament where I had 4 wins, 0 draws, and 1 loss                                            This tournament was crazy, because most games I won I could have easily lost, and when I played vs second place for first place, I lost too! Why did I win the tournament? I was 0.5 better on tiebreaks!!! evil.pngblitz.png I had 8.5 while my opponent had only 8.0! My opponent had also lost the previous game, so we both had 4/5 points in the end. So I guess kinda lucky. But wait till the game before that in round 4, the round where my opponent had lost. I should have lost too! My opponent in that round had M2 with 18 secs on the clock. It was an easy mate but 18 secs where for some reason too little to find the two easy to find moves.

Link to the game: https://www.chess.com/analysis/game/live/43489838181   

The game before this game (round 3) was at least equally amazing. Here I had he black pieces too and I was constantly under attack from white. Then my opponent blundered. I ruthlessly finished white off and checkmated soon after.

Link to the game: https://www.chess.com/analysis/game/live/43489176957

Thanks for reading! grin.png