Originally posted by USArmyParatrooperI suppose you mean 10...Qxc3+ but the game is in progress so I can't help you out there.
He graciously offered to play me and critique my play.
[b]I'm still in the middle of the game. Please do not discuss my current position or future moves
I'm a 1300's player so I'm surprised I haven't been creamed by now. He might just be playing in a way to see how I react to things instead of going all out.
Anyway, I'm anctious to k ...[text shortened]... 1e2 Nc6xd4 16. cxd4 Rd8xd4
17. Ra1d1 Rd4xd1 18. Rf1xd1 *[/pgn][/b]
Originally posted by USArmyParatrooperMorphy
I guess the thread kind of went random.
I only know the names of two chess player, Bobby Fisher and Gary Kasparov (and I know the last names of some where openings are named after them).
Who would you consider the most fascinating? Bobby Fisher is a heck of a story. Any players with interesting stories?