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  1. 10 Aug '07 22:26
    Pattern Recognition/Tactical Training Works...

    Game 3852977

    As soon as I got to move move 12, I played Bf5 with the intention of saccing something on c3 forcing this mate. I admit the rest of the game feels a little contrived on my part, but I have seen that particular two-bishop matting combination too many times now.

  2. Standard member chessisvanity
    THE BISHOP GOD
    10 Aug '07 22:58
    nice work......i wish i was 1500 too....*kicks rock*
  3. 10 Aug '07 23:00 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by chessisvanity
    nice work......i wish i was 1500 too....*kicks rock*
    Yeah, I actually feel bad because I've posted two games against 13xx players today. I guess thats what happens when you're on a generally bad streak.
  4. 10 Aug '07 23:09
    That was a nice tactic!
  5. 11 Aug '07 01:00
    Well you kinda used several moves on it. Someone more than 1400 probalby knows the pattern
  6. 11 Aug '07 01:50
    I remember on another site I was three pawns down as black, but I played a double rook sacrifice on Paphazi Sandor on flyordie and won. Doubt I could do it again... anyway nice work!
  7. 12 Aug '07 09:00
    Originally posted by zebano
    Pattern Recognition/Tactical Training Works...

    Game 3852977

    As soon as I got to move move 12, I played Bf5 with the intention of saccing something on c3 forcing this mate. I admit the rest of the game feels a little contrived on my part, but I have seen that particular two-bishop matting combination too many times now.

    Yeah thats much better than the CTS style guess a move in one. Tactics can even have a database of sorts.