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  1. 21 Jan '07 13:31
    Plz tell me what did u think about this two games me white ...

    Game -2-

    ;White: na7ural07
    ;Black: trite_minds1967
    ;Date: Mon Jan 08 01:17:18 GMT 2007

    1. e2-e4 d7-d5
    2. e4xd5 d8xd5
    3. b1-c3 d5-e5+
    4. f1-e2 c8-g4
    5. h2-h3 g4xe2
    6. d1xe2 e5xe2+
    7. g1xe2 b8-c6
    8. o-o a7-a6
    9. d2-d4 o-o-o
    10. d4-d5 c6-b4
    11. a2-a3 b4xd5
    12. c3xd5 d8xd5
    13. c2-c4 d5-h5
    14. c1-e3 e7-e5
    15. a1-c1 f7-f5
    16. e2-g3 h5-h4
    17. g3xf5 h4xh3
    18. g2xh3 g8-f6
    19. f1-d1 f8-d6
    20. b2-b4 b7-b6
    21. f5xd6+ c7xd6
    22. e3xb6 f6-e4
    23. c4-c5 d6xc5
    24. b6xc5 e4xc5
    25. c1xc5+ c8-b7
    26. d1-d7+ b7-b6
    27. d7-d6+ b6-b7
    28. a3-a4 h8-c8
    29. c5xe5 c8-c1+
    30. g1-g2 c1-a1
    31. e5-e7+ b7-c8
    32. d6xa6 a1-a2
    33. a6-a8++

    Game -1-

    ;White: na7ural07
    ;Black: trite_minds1967
    ;Date: Mon Jan 08 01:13:45 GMT 2007

    1. c2-c4 e7-e5
    2. e2-e4 f8-c5
    3. g2-g3 d7-d6
    4. f1-g2 g8-f6
    5. d2-d3 c8-e6
    6. a2-a3 b8-c6
    7. g1-e2 d8-d7
    8. b1-c3 c6-d4
    9. o-o d4xe2+
    10. c3xe2 e6-h3
    11. g2xh3 d7xh3
    12. c1-e3 c5xe3
    13. f2xe3 f6-g4
    14. f1-f2 g4xf2
    15. g1xf2 h3xh2+
    16. f2-e1 h2-h1+
    17. e1-d2 h1xd1+
    18. a1xd1 o-o
    19. b2-b4 c7-c6
    20. a3-a4 b7-b6
    21. g3-g4 a7-a5
    22. b4-b5 c6-c5
    23. e2-g3 f7-f6
    24. g3-f5 f8-f7
    25. f5xd6 f7-d7
    26. d6-f5 g7-g6
    27. f5-g3 g8-g7
    28. d1-f1 h7-h6
  2. 21 Jan '07 13:34
    i would say nothing because you didnt bother to provide pgn
  3. 21 Jan '07 13:40
    Looks like Yahoo notation. If you convert it to PGN before posting it here, you will get more responses.
  4. 21 Jan '07 14:04
    It may well be decipherable, but I wouldn't put any effort to it.
  5. 21 Jan '07 14:09
    how can i convert it in pgn ?
  6. 21 Jan '07 14:28
    Originally posted by doli
    how can i convert it in pgn ?
    Play the games in Fritz (or another chess program) and then export it to a pgn-file.
  7. Standard member Ragnorak
    For RHP addons...
    21 Jan '07 15:38 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by doli
    how can i convert it in pgn ?
    Load the notation you have into chesspad, or equivalent, and then click Game, Copy As Pgn, and hey presto.

    1. c4 e5 2. e4 Bc5 3. g3 d6 4. Bg2 Nf6 5. d3 Be6 6. a3 Nc6 7. Ne2 Qd7 8. Nbc3
    Nd4 9. O-O Nxe2+ 10. Nxe2 Bh3 11. Bxh3 Qxh3 12. Be3 Bxe3 13. fxe3 Ng4 14. Rf2
    Nxf2 15. Kxf2 Qxh2+ 16. Ke1 Qh1+ 17. Kd2 Qxd1+ 18. Rxd1 O-O 19. b4 c6 20. a4 b6
    21. g4 a5 22. b5 c5 23. Ng3 f6 24. Nf5 Rf7 25. Nxd6 Rd7 26. Nf5 g6 27. Ng3 Kg7
    28. Rf1 h6 *

    D
  8. Subscriber BigDoggProblem
    The Advanced Mind
    21 Jan '07 20:09
    Originally posted by doli
    Plz tell me what did u think about this two games me white ...

    Game -2-

    ;White: na7ural07
    ;Black: trite_minds1967
    ;Date: Mon Jan 08 01:17:18 GMT 2007

    1. e2-e4 d7-d5
    2. e4xd5 d8xd5
    3. b1-c3 d5-e5+
    4. f1-e2 c8-g4
    5. h2-h3 g4xe2
    6. d1xe2 e5xe2+
    7. g1xe2 b8-c6
    8. o-o a7-a6
    9. d2-d4 o-o-o
    10. d4-d5 c6-b4
    11. a2-a3 b4xd5
    12. c3xd5 d8xd5
    13. c2 ...[text shortened]... e2-g3 f7-f6
    24. g3-f5 f8-f7
    25. f5xd6 f7-d7
    26. d6-f5 g7-g6
    27. f5-g3 g8-g7
    28. d1-f1 h7-h6
    All you who have complained about no PGN - use WinBoard's "Paste Game from Clipboard" option. Easy.

    Game 2 comments:
    11.a3? - White loses the d-pawn for no reason.
    15...f5? just lost the pawn back.
    17...Rxh3?? lost the Rook for a mere pawn. Black should at least get an N or B for the R. I stopped looking at this point.

    Game 1 comments:
    11.Bxh3? Better to let Black waste time trading pieces, and not help bQ reach h3.
    28...Rad8 should have been played, winning the d3 pawn, and breaking in to White's camp.
  9. 21 Jan '07 20:55
    at least winboard understands this notation, telling "black resigns" etc. would be helpful though. also it is generally a good idea to give us some of your own thoughts, what kind of timecontrol was used etc.

    first game

    by move 8 you have a big lead in development, I don't really understand why black played 8...a6 (there were many strange moves by black in this game).

    13.c4

    attacking the rook and possibly starting a pawn storm (usually a good idea when players castle on opposite sides) but why not develop your bishop first, 13.Be3 looks better.

    13...Rh5?

    I can't see what this rook is doing here, d-file is important here so just 13...Rd3 or 13...Rd7


    14...e5?!

    grabbing some squares (d4 and f4) but trapping the rook. (14...e6 or 14...Nf6)

    15.Rac1

    not a bad move but there is only one open file, both players should be fighting for the control of the important d-file so 15.Rfd1 looks natural (Ra1 might be useful on a-file if you advance the queenside pawns further).

    15...f5? and 17....Rxh3??

    first losing a pawn and then giving a rook for one pawn (17...Rf4 18.Bxf4 exf4 and black is "just" an exchange and a pawn down). after these blunders white just needs to exchange all the pieces and deliver checkmate.

    second game

    6.a3

    I'm not familiar with the english opening and maybe this is still ok. however after six moves you've made five pawn moves and only developed one piece (Bg2) - black has gained a lead in development and you've given him an ideal outpost on d4 (again, this might be ok in this opening).

    11.Bxh3?

    Black is following a simple strategy - exchange the fianchettoed bishop. you should not help him so that he can bring the queen to h3 with tempo. instead you'd need to play moves like 11.Be3 - exchange the strong bishop (11.Be3 Bxg2 12.Kxg2 Bxe3 13.fxe3 and if Ng4 then just Rf3)

    12...Bxe3??

    Instead Black has what looks a lot like a forced mate with 12...Ng4! 13.Re1 Bxe3

    19...c6

    Black is reacting to White's moves - instead he should be opening files for his rooks with 19...f5. black is winning here and he could even just exchange down to a won pawn endgame.

    22...c5?

    again refusing to open a file for his rooks (22...cxb5 23.cxb5 Rac8)

    24...Rf7?

    losing a pawn (24...Rd8 is needed). black has made his position more difficult. only way to open a file now is on the kingside (23...g6, 24...Kg7 and perhaps Rh8 followed by h5)


    28.Rf1?!

    d-file is important here, black is going to (or at least should be) attack on the d3-pawn. white must play something like Ne2, Kc3 and then d4 (although this might also help black).

    28...h6?

    black is just winning again after 28...Rad8 and white will lose first a pawn and then the game. I'm not sure why this is the last move of the game, did black forfeit on time?

    regards,

    - bahus
  10. Subscriber PureRWandB
    CCC Club Leader
    22 Jan '07 04:19 / 2 edits
    Hey guys, cut doli some slack. He/she is new.

    Welcome to RHP doli. Please read the FAQ's if you have any questions about the site or continue to ask anyone of us. We will be happy to help.

    .....pureredwhiteblu
  11. Subscriber PureRWandB
    CCC Club Leader
    22 Jan '07 04:29
    Originally posted by doli
    how can i convert it in pgn ?
    If you use this link you can easily convert a game from yahoo to pgn.
    Then copy/paste the pgn to the forums.

    http://www.geocities.com/pgnchess2004/ .

    If you don't have a pgn viewer, try this link...

    http://members.shaw.ca/lapides/pgnedit/pgnedit.html

    Hope this helps.