Originally posted by flexmore
ironman certainly resorting to a lot of earbashing, explaining his loss.
it is quite a nice read.
Originally posted by Ironman31
[b]1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3. Nc3 Bb4 4. e5 c5 5. a3 Bxc3+ 6. bxc3 Qc7
A dubious choice for psychological and technical reasons. I used to play Ne7 at this point but I choose this conservative line because of my love for ...[text shortened]... d an excellent game!
It is funny, isn't it. That game was cited by a few A holes as proof positive that IM was an engine, due to the early resignation in an unclear position.
But Akizy says in his analysis of the game that the game was lost on move 15!!!
The same few A holes said that Akizy caught IM in an anti engine opening. Doesn't sound like that was going through Akizy's mind when you read his analysis.
Those very same A holes (well, just one actually) said that IM's analysis was crap. I guess he knows better than the best player on the site at the moment.
Akizy:"Very good analysis, Ironman. 7.....f5 is passive and gives white a clear plan to act on the kingside. Leaving the bishop on c1 and the rook on a1 makes it more difficult for black to decide where to place his knight. It also gives white the possibility to move the rook from h1-f1-d1-d3-g3 where it leads the attack. After 14....Nc4 and 15.a4! black is lost. 14....Rac8 gives more activity for black on the queenside.