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    Have a look at this game

    Event: Rated game, 42m + 2s
    Site: Main Playing Hall
    Date: 2008.03.09
    Round: ?
    White: Alexrules01
    Black: Gnu2000
    Result: 0-1
    ECO: D20
    WhiteElo: 1805
    BlackElo: 1756
    Annotator: ,Rhys
    PlyCount: 78
    EventDate: 2008.03.09
    TimeControl: 2520+2

    This was a game I played on paychess.com. I lost but I seemed to have a very good game thorughout, even though an exchange down. I want to see what everyone thinks.

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    You might want to clear all that clutter from the posted games.

    Yes, you had some good chances. All the same, 3... b5 is a mistake that should be answered by the undermining 4. a4 instead of giving it a target.

    Your 22. Nxg5 looks good. 26. dxe5 would have been powerful, because if 26... Qxe5 then 27. Bf4 discovered check; 26... Nh5 is answered by 27. Qg4 keeping the attack on the Q and the ambush for a discovery, and attacking the N.
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    I like 24.f4!

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    I wasn't sure how to get rid of the thinking time without physically going through and deleting it all. And was lloking over and did realise i can play
    26.dxe5 because of the discovered check, and fritz said it would have won the game (unless I blundered badly).

    With 24.f4, Im pretty sure he can play Qe6 with no trouble after that. I win the e5 pawn but I'm a rook down

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexrules01
    With 24.f4, Im pretty sure he can play Qe6 with no trouble after that. I win the e5 pawn but I'm a rook down
    24.f4 Qe6 25.Bc4 Qb6 26.Bxf6!? Qxf6 27.Rd3 is probably a win for white.
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    analysis of game

    Attached is my PGN analysis of game.

    Event: Unkown
    Site: Unkown
    Date: ????.??.??
    Round: ?
    White: Unkown
    Black: Unkown
    Result: *
    ECO: D20
    Annotator: Flude,David
    PlyCount: 78

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    Instructive verbal commentary.
    “The history of the 20th century is full of examples of countries that set out to redistribute wealth and ended up redistributing poverty.”
    “There’s no point blaming the tragedies of socialism on the flaws or corruption of particular leaders. Any system which allows some people to exercise unbridled power over others is an open invitation to abuse, whether that system is called slavery or socialism or something else.”—Thomas Sowell

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