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    My most recent, shocking game!

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    I am white played on last friday in WSCP Koala U1800 vs Mounties U2000 (I think) against a 1600, sorry, didn't note down his name.

    The game goes on much longer. Basically he just steam rolled his queen side pawns and I lost. I think I shouldn't have let him get double bishop, and after letting him do that, atleast shouldn't have swapped off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeo
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    I am white played on last friday in WSCP Koala U1800 vs Mounties U2000 (I think) against a 1600, sorry, didn't note down his name.

    The game goes on much longer. Basically he just steam rolled his queen side pawns and I lost. I think I shouldn't have let him get double bishop, and after letting him do that, atleast shouldn't have swapped off.
    tactical note, at move 12 you could have played 12, cxd5 exd5 13, Nxd5 and if the black captures the knight its curtains for the black queen.

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    A few things you can take from this game:
    * keep an eye out for tactical possibilities at all times!
    * Try to increase an advantage you might have, or increase a disadvantage that your opponent might have.
    * If you are in a bad position, make it tough for your opponent to finish you off! If you make it easy for them, then they will (in most cases) do the obvious thing and finish you off.

    Complete pgn file attached in zip file.
    Last edited by skip to my lou; 28-06-2004 at 05:05 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ggrayggray
    tactical note, at move 12 you could have played 12, cxd5 exd5 13, Nxd5 and if the black captures the knight its curtains for the black queen.
    compare the game Wallace-Lewinsky, Australian Masters 1993(can get it through chessbase online)
    Last edited by Lucena; 09-12-2004 at 12:08 AM.

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