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  1. Standard member Korch
    Chess Warrior
    27 May '08 16:58
    [Event "Rated game, 16m + 0s"]
    [Site "Main Playing Hall"]
    [Date "2008.05.27"]
    [Round "?"]
    [White "Korch"]
    [Black "NoGalo"]
    [Result "1-0"]
    [ECO "B07"]
    [WhiteElo "2073"]
    [BlackElo "2092"]
    [PlyCount "23"]
    [EventDate "2008.05.27"]
    [TimeControl "960"]

    1. e4 {2} d6 {5} 2. d4 {12} Nf6 {14} 3. Nc3 {2} g6 {2} 4. Be2 {26} Bg7 {80} 5.
    h4 {33} h5 {5} 6. Bg5 {27} c6 {15} 7. Qd2 {7} Qa5 {3} 8. O-O-O {5} b5 {19} 9.
    e5 {56} b4 {14} 10. exf6 {12} bxc3 {1} 11. Qxc3 {3} Qxc3 {3}

    12. fxg7 {NoGalo resigns (Lag: Av=0.19s, max=0.3s) 15} 1-0
  2. 28 May '08 13:54
    Cute
  3. Standard member Smiffy
    SPS CLAN
    28 May '08 20:25
    HEHE i think i watched you play this
  4. 29 May '08 16:11
    Reminds me of a game of Mikhail Tal, in a simul i think
  5. Standard member Korch
    Chess Warrior
    10 Jun '08 21:31
    [Event "Rated game, 1m + 0s"]
    [Site "Main Playing Hall"]
    [Date "2008.06.10"]
    [Round "?"]
    [White "Korch"]
    [Black "Rocker"]
    [Result "1-0"]
    [ECO "B00"]
    [WhiteElo "2203"]
    [BlackElo "2241"]
    [PlyCount "15"]
    [EventDate "2008.06.11"]
    [TimeControl "60"]

    1. e4 {1} Nc6 {1} 2. d4 {1} d6 {0} 3. d5 {1} Ne5 {1} 4. Nf3 {1} Bg4 {1} 5. Nxe5
    {3} Bxd1 {1} 6. Bb5+ {1} c6 {1} 7. dxc6 {0} dxe5 {1} 8. cxb7+ {
    Rocker resigns (Lag: Av=0.36s, max=1.1s) 1} 1-0

  6. 10 Jun '08 22:21
    Nice.
    I going to nick the first one for my site (and say I played it).

    Pity you cannot post games to link to a playing device.
    (is there no way that can be done?)

    In the Nimzovitch's 1...Nc6 is instead of dxe5 is Qa5+ Nc3
    then 0-0-0 a move?

    No board so in mind - Does White then have lot's of fun then
    starting with Nc4? then it's getting hazy. (been working all day).

    I'll come back in ten minutes after I've looked at it on a board.

    There must be a way you can post and link to a playing device.
  7. 10 Jun '08 22:52
    Wonderful position to look at. I love these unbalanced games.

    7...Qa5+ 8.Nc3 0-0-0 9.Nc4 throws up some very interesting
    positions. I really prefer White. Black will most likely give back
    the Queen. Good stuff.

    Just checked my database. in 1994 after 7...Qa5+ white resigned!
    Dipannjan (2170) - Chandraguta(2260). Huh! these 2170 players
    What do they know?

    Cheers Korch - keep posting the good stuff.
  8. Standard member Korch
    Chess Warrior
    11 Jun '08 03:40 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by greenpawn34
    Nice.
    I going to nick the first one for my site (and say I played it).

    Pity you cannot post games to link to a playing device.
    (is there no way that can be done?)

    In the Nimzovitch's 1...Nc6 is instead of dxe5 is Qa5+ Nc3
    then 0-0-0 a move?

    No board so in mind - Does White then have lot's of fun then
    starting with Nc4? then it's getting ha looked at it on a board.

    There must be a way you can post and link to a playing device.
    Thanks

    I dont know how to post and link to a playing device taking into account that both of these games are played in Playchess.com.
  9. Standard member Korch
    Chess Warrior
    29 Jun '08 23:26 / 1 edit
    [Event "Rated game, 3m + 0s"]
    [Site "Main Playing Hall"]
    [Date "2008.06.30"]
    [Round "?"]
    [White "NemanjaCar"]
    [Black "Korch"]
    [Result "0-1"]
    [ECO "B07"]
    [WhiteElo "2247"]
    [BlackElo "2351"]
    [PlyCount "30"]
    [EventDate "2008.06.30"]
    [TimeControl "180"]

    1. e4 {1} d6 {2} 2. d4 {1} Nf6 {2} 3. Bd3 {3} e5 {1} 4. c3 {2} d5 {2} 5. exd5 {
    2} e4 {2} 6. Bc2 {2} Qxd5 {2} 7. Ne2 {0} Bg4 {11} 8. O-O {1} Qh5 {1} 9. Re1 {7}
    Bd6 {3} 10. g3 {2} Bf3 {4} 11. Nf4 {47} Bxf4 {3} 12. Bxe4 {1} Nxe4 {5} 13.
    Rxe4+ {1} Kd8 {4} 14. Qf1 {29} Bxe4 {6} 15. Bxf4 {2} Qf3 {
    NemanjaCar resigns (Lag: Av=0.21s, max=0.4s) 4} 0-1


    P.S. Tired to [censored] with this lame PGN option and will ignore it until they will be able to displace games from Playchess.
  10. 29 Jun '08 23:31
    Come on Korch - even I can do it now and I've got techno-phobia.

    You will have to get rid of those things in between the moves.

    Some kind soul will do it for you.

    I just played a good one a few minutes ago - watch this space.
  11. 29 Jun '08 23:34
  12. 30 Jun '08 00:30
    Originally posted by Korch
    P.S. Tired to [censored] with this lame PGN option and will ignore it until they will be able to displace games from Playchess.
    Korch, if you're willing to type a few extra DOS commands to get clean PGN files from Playchess, there's a DOS utility called PGNTRIM5 that strips the Playchess PGN of all the stuff between the moves. It's a part of the PGNUtils package at this link:

    http://www.enpassant.dk/chess/softeng.htm#PGNUTILS

    The disadvantage is that you have to type a few DOS commands. The advantage is that you don't have to manually delete all of the non-move information.
  13. 30 Jun '08 00:44
    I'm sure there is a PGN cleaner in windows a straight forward thingy.

    Why do we get Korch to send you his games and you clean them up?

    We will pay you. What's your fee?
  14. Standard member wormwood
    If Theres Hell Below
    30 Jun '08 00:49
    Originally posted by Mad Rook
    Korch, if you're willing to type a few extra DOS commands to get clean PGN files from Playchess, there's a DOS utility called PGNTRIM5 that strips the Playchess PGN of all the stuff between the moves. It's a part of the PGNUtils package at this link:

    http://www.enpassant.dk/chess/softeng.htm#PGNUTILS

    The disadvantage is that you have to type a few DOS ...[text shortened]... ds. The advantage is that you don't have to manually delete all of the non-move information.
    you can also c&p it into fritz, right click on the notation panel, select 'delete all commentary' and c&p it back onto rhp.

    maybe you can do the same with chessbase lite as well? (in case you don't have fritz)
  15. 30 Jun '08 01:42 / 1 edit
    Korch's game with NoGalo: