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  1. 17 Oct '06 12:36
    Any analysis here is appreciated. Nasty, just plain ugly mate. I thought I had lost on move 13 when I lost the rook, but I plowed forward and got the mate. I can see my blunder, but I really can't see where my opponent pissed it away.

    [Event "UglyVictory"]
    [Site "parque"]
    [Date "2006.10.16"]
    [Round "061016"]
    [White "ME"]
    [Black "XXXX"]
    [Result "1-0"]

    1. d4 Nc6 2. Bg5 Nf6 3. Qd3 d6 4. Nc3 h6 5. Bf4 g5 6. Be3 Bg4 7. O-O-O Bg7
    8. f3 Be6 9. g4 h5 10. Bh3 hxg4 11. fxg4 Nxg4 12. Qb5 Nxe3 13. Rf1 Nxf1 14. Kd1
    Bxd4 15. Nf3 Ne3+ 16. Ke1 Kf8 17. Kf2 Rxh3 18. Kg1 Bxc3 19. bxc3 Kg8 20. Qxg5+
    Kf8 21. Kf2 Nxc2 22. Rg1 Bxa2 23. Qg8# 1-0
  2. Standard member BFM
    17 Oct '06 13:06
    A very strange game in my opinion. Full of moves I dont understand at all.
    But the last of the blunders for your opponent seemed to be 21. .. Nxc2 and this is where the "ugly" mate game from.
    21. .. Ng4+ would have saved his day.
    Even 21. .. Nf5 and then 22. .. f6 or 22. .. Rh8 would have worked.
  3. 17 Oct '06 14:48
    Originally posted by GaranhunsGladiator
    Any analysis here is appreciated. Nasty, just plain ugly mate. I thought I had lost on move 13 when I lost the rook, but I plowed forward and got the mate. I can see my blunder, but I really can't see where my opponent pissed it away.

    [Event "UglyVictory"]
    [Site "parque"]
    [Date "2006.10.16"]
    [Round "061016"]
    [White "ME"]
    [Black "XXXX"] ...[text shortened]... 3 18. Kg1 Bxc3 19. bxc3 Kg8 20. Qxg5+
    Kf8 21. Kf2 Nxc2 22. Rg1 Bxa2 23. Qg8# 1-0
    I think this game is lacking theory, You didnt see your opponents treats, I think that is the main reason for me loosing my games lately.

    He just got exited capturing all your pawns.
  4. 17 Oct '06 14:59 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by BFM
    A very strange game in my opinion. Full of moves I dont understand at all.
    Yup agree there, even the 2nd move for example, why move the bishop to G5 when you could simply push the pawn forward to D5 and attack the knight. Following up moves you'll just kick that knight around the board taking the centre in the process.
  5. 17 Oct '06 15:54
    it was a game at the local park here, and the group that plays there, mostly try all sorts of weird variations, just to throw each other off.. i live in a small town in brasil, and its a handful of players, so everyones style is known.. it gets repetative.. once going over the moves/ old games we realized that on two occasions, the players involved played the same exact game twice.. after that everyone started using all these weird openings and combos, but i hadnt seen something like that in a while..