1. Standard memberblack beetle
    Black Beastie
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    16 Jan '10 22:02
    Jan. 17

    1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nc3 Bg7 4.e4 0-0 5.e5
    From the very first move he was deep into the void meditating over dynamism, keeping the strategy and the tactics inseparable within the form of the position -and then along came the first glance of intuitive understanding: 5.e5 was weak, and as a result the White could end up overextended at the centre. Therefore his 5. …Ne8 evolved naturally.

    6.f4 d6 7.Be3
    He was trained to use active deep algorithms in order to force his opponent to non-action, and since he was a kiddo he never permitted himself to put aside the necessary precautions although he always had a burning desire to penetrate the enemy camp at once. So he played 7. …c5! and, after 8.dxc5 Nc6 9.cd6 ed6 10.Ne4 Bf5! 11.Ng3? Be6 12.Nf3 Qc7, that weakie White was ready to enter the slaughterhouse: 13.Qb1 de5 14.f5 e4! 15.fe6 ef3 16.ge

    16. …f5!
    Right now he had to feed the accumulated power of his chessmen with specific targets, earning miscellaneous strategic superiority. Each enemy piece and pawn can be stopped easily, however it is very hard to get them all fixed as a whole. He felt he was forced to go potentially long enough all around the chessboard until the power of his chessmen become crystallized into a known pattern -a pattern formed beyond his strategy dew to the fact that it was indeed the result of his strategy.

    17.f4 Nf6
    During the game he carried out this fundamental procedure and thus he needed to seek not for other methods, but he did it by means of an absolute concentration of his thoughts in order to overcome the problems of the position. He was driven from the fight and he was fighting hard for a win. By collecting his thoughts regarding a major coordination of his chessmen, everything became crystal clear to him.

    18.Be2 Rfe8 19.Kf2 Rxe6 20.Re1 Rae8 21.Bf3 Rxe3! 22.Rxe3 Rxe3 23.Kxe3
    He had just killed his enemy although the poor guy was not aware of it and he was squirming. All in all he wanted to prove again that his intuition was enabling him to see farer than anyone else -and this stratagem alone that worked quite well it was still so abstract that it required knowledge, extreme intelligence, clarity, complete absorption and calm. Without this highest degree of intelligence and understanding he could not find the proper way and he would be stranded, for he could not keep fast hold of dynamism.
    Dully he delivered the final blow: 23. …Qxf4+!, and of course the White resigned.

    This time the whole game lasted less than a second. The Master rejoiced when he remembered the warm handshake of his opponent, he hardly whispered with his eyes wide shut “Nothing is as healing as the human touch” and he faded away leaving his dying body behind, determined to the hilt not to trade the memory of his old Self for a last dull glance somewhere in his apartment in Reykjavik.
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    16 Jan '10 23:432 edits
    Originally posted by black beetle
    Jan. 17

    1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nc3 Bg7 4.e4 0-0 5.e5
    From the very first move he was deep into the void meditating over dynamism, keeping the strategy and the tactics inseparable within the form of the position -and then along came the first glance of intuitive understanding: 5.e5 was weak, and as a result the White could end up overextended at the cent ...[text shortened]... trade the memory of his old Self for a last dull glance somewhere in his apartment in Reykjavik.
    its beautifully conceived beetle, he has crossed the rainbow bridge, with his dignity intact, even death himself cannot challenge him now, nor be given any reprieve. He was truly a force of nature, never the less, the most appealing aspect you highlight, is the humanity of the man, so often over looked. The Gods may be at their meat and mead, he shall be playing with his magnetic chess set underneath the table of the great banqueting hall, to be sure! Like Alekhine before him, he chose to die, like a true Viking, with chess board in hand!
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    17 Jan '10 00:33
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    its beautifully conceived beetle, he has crossed the rainbow bridge, with his dignity intact, even death himself cannot challenge him now, nor be given any reprieve. He was truly a force of nature, never the less, the most appealing aspect you highlight, is the humanity of the man, so often over looked. The Gods may be at their meat and mead, he sh ...[text shortened]... sure! Like Alekhine before him, he chose to die, like a true Viking, with chess board in hand!
    By no stretch can you say his dignity remained in tact. That is like saying that Daffy Duck was a picture of calm.
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    17 Jan '10 00:37
    Originally posted by TerrierJack
    By no stretch can you say his dignity remained in tact. That is like saying that Daffy Duck was a picture of calm.
    what you think is practically irrelevant Jack, its what he thought of himself that's important.
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