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  1. 26 Aug '11 18:56 / 1 edit
  2. 26 Aug '11 20:04
    nice game and comments...

    is nice to see how you chase the king, but in the end only brings him into a superior position... usually when a king is flying like that, the game is over...
  3. Donation ketchuplover
    G.O.A.T.
    26 Aug '11 21:25 / 1 edit
    Perhaps 22...Qf1+ would've been sufficiently vexing. Upon further review white missed 10.Ng5+
  4. 26 Aug '11 21:32
    Originally posted by ketchuplover
    Perhaps 22...Qf1+ would've been sufficiently vexing. Upon further review white missed 10.Ng5+
    a check was why I played 9...Rf8 so that my king would just be chased to a good square... The knight isn't really doing anything on g5 and I'll just gain a tempo on it.
  5. 26 Aug '11 21:33
    Originally posted by tharkesh
    nice game and comments...

    is nice to see how you chase the king, but in the end only brings him into a superior position... usually when a king is flying like that, the game is over...
    Yeah, it was because of that ...Qxb2 move, I was greedy and went for material then I became forced to trade bishops.
  6. 26 Aug '11 21:37 / 2 edits
    Originally posted by ketchuplover
    Perhaps 22...Qf1+ would've been sufficiently vexing. Upon further review white missed 10.Ng5+
    Actually, I think that would have been a decisive blow and I saw it in the post mortem. It makes it impossible for the white queen to my pawn because when I double take the knight it is checkmate so the threat is a little stronger than in the game... it was more acurate and would have given me an extra pawn without the compensation white got in the game.
  7. Standard member yosiman
    Genius
    26 Aug '11 23:49 / 2 edits
    But after the check and king move, white can move his d knight and fork the queen and rook. I don't know how good it is though.

    Edit: Sorry, I forgot to hit reply and quote. I'm talking about 10. Ng5+
  8. 27 Aug '11 03:56 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by yosiman
    But after the check and king move, white can move his d knight and fork the queen and rook. I don't know how good it is though.

    Edit: Sorry, I forgot to hit reply and quote. I'm talking about 10. Ng5+
    Oh yes I actually thought of that in the game which is why i played h6 lol... I forgot. It was a 60 min game.