Originally posted by greenpawn34They did play another game that sonhouse won, so he could have just grabbed the wrong game. I just wanted to flag it so that he wouldn't get a lot of comments only to discover the mistake later.
Think I have just found 'Post of the Week'.
Maybe it was posted by Ed Bernheim using Sonhouse's login.
Originally posted by toeternitoeThanks for the analysis, I needed that one also. I will post the other one soon. The one I actually won🙂
9.Qd3 drops a pawn after 9.... Nxe4 10.Bxe7 Nxf2!
[fen]r1bqk2r/ppp1Bppp/4p3/8/3P4/3Q4/PPP1NnPP/R3K2R w KQkq - 0 11[/fen]
your opponent missed it
the simple 9.Bd3 is ok
14.Qe3 nothing wrong with it but I like 14.Qe5 better.Invite him to play f6 weakening his king position.
He probably won't do it but then your queen remains in a dominant position.W ...[text shortened]... pq1/2p5/5P1P/6P1/PPP5/2K5 b - - 0 30[/fen]
37.Kb1?? well,you know why that was bad
Originally posted by rja211077Yeah, thanks for that advice. It's easy to get distracted by opponent moves for sure.
seems to me that, as a general principle, if you're going to castle opposite sides, you've got to get that kingside attack going quicker. you tried to start (with h4) but then were hampered by the strong bishop on b7 and also distracted by what was going on with the d pawn. i realise this is a generalisation and i can't back it up with specific moves you m ...[text shortened]... have played...but then toet has already suggested one way of getting a kingside attack going