Remember there are two clocks. Think on his time.
Take wee fantasy trips. It's free.
I never go for a wander during a game I stay at the board all the time.
If you see me having a stroll before the game ends I have wrapped it up.
Did I turn down a perpetual offer after you moved the c8 Knight?
Let's have a look.
Nah he's got Nf5 coming.
It's got most of the ingrediants of a classical Bishop whammo on h7.
Nothing can get to c6, the centre is locked, the Knight jumps to b5
with hits on a7 & c7, The d1 Rook joins in. What else can you play?
Its' not too hard to defend, I just never saw c5 coming but looking at
it after he played it was else did he have that did not give me chances.
Sound or not it's what I wanted to play, it's how I play.
Find a threat, go for it, keep threatening things till one works.
And I believe 100% in saccers luck.
From the same round in the RHP Ch.
greenpawn - batjuchin
Nearly the same set up. Instead of Bxa6 I played 22.Bxh6.
I attack with a Queen, Rook and Knight.
His Queen is really out of it on b7 - it went there to put pressure on
my poor e-pawn.
After 22..gxh6 (I never considered what I might I do if he never took it.)
The Knight goes to f5, the Queen and Rook join the fun.
And Black blundered. 22...gxh6 23.Nf5 Kh7?
23...Bf8 looks the move and then it's all up in the air.
Black resigned I have my bit back and a stonking attack.