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Re: newmedman post# 380

Friday, 12/04/2020 8:34:39 AM

Friday, December 04, 2020 8:34:39 AM

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Yeah, I messed up and had your pawn in a different position.

Should I assume you have resigned? If so first move of next game, followed by analysis of this game:

1. e4

Analysis of previous game...

Key: ?! = dubvious move, ? mistake, ?? Blunder, += slight advantage White, =+ slight advantage Black, = equal

1. Nf3 d5
2. d4 g6?! (c5)
3. Nc3 Nf6

Black is going for a Grunfeld defense. And who knows what White might be trying for.

4. e4 ... (better was g3, with the idea of B-g2, O-O, or Bg5
..... dxe4
5. Ne5 Bg7
6. g3 c6? += (better was O-O, with the idea of 7...c5)
7. Bc4? = (Look at all of the white square weaknesses around the King. Better was Bg2 +=)
.... O-O (Only move. If e6, then Black's white square Bishop whimpers)
8. Be3 (White's c4 Bishop is misplaced . Black has to untangle his queenside pieces)
... b5 (only move. Grab some Qside space while harassing the Bishop. Black can then untangle his Qside pieces with Bb7, e6, Qc8, Rd8, Nbd7. If left unharassed, White can play h3, Qd2, O-O-O, and then launch an attack on the Kingside. The upcoming pawn push dares White to Castle Q-side.
9. Bb3 a5
10. Na4?? (only move a3)
.... bxa4
11. White resigns? If so then the good news is you made it to move 11 again.

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