Originally posted by UserChevy
i have chessmaster 9000, and set on 1600 it does blunder sometimes. set on 1600, it would lose to a 1600 on this site pretty badly, i can beat it on 1600 consistently, though it usually doesn't make 2 ??'s in one game
There is definatly more then just 2 big blunders, I just pointed the major ones. Here is a complete list of blunders that I can find.
2...Qc7? This develops the queen too early and accomplishes nothing
5...Nf6?? This allows the e pawn to be pushed and then cause a fork next turn.
9...Bxg3? this is a very unsound sacrifice it gets no compensation and it even opens up an important file for your rook.
12...Nf6?? The pawn on e5 can take it and black gets no compensation
13...Rf8?? This doesn't stop the pawn from taking the knight and it puts pressure on his h7 pawn
14...Qa5+? This looses a tempo after the bishop attacks the queen white is now attacking the queen and the knight
16...Ne4??? this is the worst move in the game the queen is being attacked and then he just throws his knight in the middle of nowhere and it allows the capture of the queen!
17...a6?? this accomplishes nothing and allows the knight to be captured.
20...Ra7?? This is going to lose material no matter what.
21...b5?? this allows the rook to be captured for nothing after Rh8+ and also sets up a combination that loses the other rook and a bishop!