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  1. Standard member Spacetime
    Not material
    10 Mar '07 17:23
    Game 2726194

    I was happy with this game, so I thought I would share it.

    Thanks for any comments
  2. 10 Mar '07 18:34
    nice to see you again space time when i drop my gameload i'm ready for another game i feel i am way stronger and more of a challenge for you. great game though i always play Bc5 instead to avoid the attack but when i play Nf6 they always move their bishop to a4 after all the exchanges just makes it too hard on me.
  3. 10 Mar '07 18:41
    Originally posted by Spacetime
    Game 2726194

    I was happy with this game, so I thought I would share it.

    Thanks for any comments
    Very good counter attack against the fried liver!
  4. Standard member Spacetime
    Not material
    10 Mar '07 18:41
    Thanks Kmac, Sounds good. You were always a challenge, but you seem to be getting stronger by the day...

    PM me when you are ready to play.

    BTW - I am a Najdorf player now, you rubbed off on me.
  5. Standard member Spacetime
    Not material
    10 Mar '07 18:42 / 1 edit
    Reply to Ian

    Thanks! I was quite pleased with the way it turned out.
  6. Standard member Korch
    Chess Warrior
    10 Mar '07 18:48
    Nice game - black exploited opponents mistakes very well.
  7. 10 Mar '07 19:51
    Originally posted by Ian Coetzee
    Very good counter attack against the fried liver!
    I don't think this game officially became the fried liver as there was no sac against f7. I could be wrong though. The other components were very similar to the fried liver, but were simply a two knights variation that could have transposed to the fried liver attack.

    Someone please correct me if I'm wrong.
  8. 10 Mar '07 21:26
    15 d3?? allowing Bxh2 and then Ng4 blew it for white
  9. 11 Mar '07 15:44 / 1 edit
    sorry to say this but I dont think your attack was that great.


    1) after 13. 0-0 I dont think black has much to show for his gambit.
    2) had 15. d4! been played of d3, white would not have lost a tempo.
    3) 21. Bxg3?!
    4) after 22. Rxd4 the very simple Qe1! is good for white.
  10. 11 Mar '07 16:41
    Originally posted by Chesswick
    I don't think this game officially became the fried liver as there was no sac against f7. I could be wrong though. The other components were very similar to the fried liver, but were simply a two knights variation that could have transposed to the fried liver attack.

    Someone please correct me if I'm wrong.
    You are right, it is only a fried liver after 5...Nxd5? 6. Nxf7!?