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Old July 19th 03, 12:25 AM
Gunny Bunny
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Hi,

I am running your game through Fritz 7 software. I will post the analysis
soon.

If u have ChessMaster or some other program you can do this analysis on each
game u play to help yourself improve.

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www.chessbase.com
www.chessmaster.com



"Hans Meier" wrote in message
...
Here is a tournament game (1h 45m/40moves + 30m) I played today against a
player with 1520 rating. I won in 44 moves (my opponent didn't resign).
please do some analysis. any mistakes of white player?

1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Bd3 Nc6 6. Nxc6
bxc6 7. h3 g6 8. Nd2 Bg7 9. c3 O-O 10. O-O h6 11. Nf3 Rb8 12. e5
Ne8 13. Re1 c5 14. Bc4 e6 15. exd6 Nxd6 16. Bf4 Rb6 17. Bxd6
Rxd6 18. Qa4 Qb6 19. Re2 Bd7 20. Qc2 Bb5 21. Bxb5 Qxb5 22. a4
Qd3 23. Qxd3 Rxd3 24. Rd2 Rfd8 25. Rad1 Rxd2 26. Rxd2 Rxd2 27. Nxd2
f5 28. Kf1 e5 29. Nc4 Kf7 30. Na5 Ke6 31. Nc6 Kd5 32. Nxa7 Kc4
33. Nc6 Kb3 34. a5 Kxb2 35. a6 Kxc3 36. a7 c4 37. a8=Q Kc2 38. Ke2
e4 39. Qa4+ Kc3 40. Qb4+ Kc2 41. Qxc4+ Bc3 42. Nd4+ Kb2 43. Qb3+
Ka1 44. Nc2#




  #2  
Old July 19th 03, 01:18 AM
Gunny Bunny
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256MB, POWER.ctg, X 1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 d6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.Bd3 Nc6 6.Nxc6
bxc6 7.h3 g6 8.Nd2 Bg7 9.c3 0-0 10.0-0 h6 11.Nf3 Rb8 12.e5 Ne8 13.Re1 c5
14.Bc4 e6 15.exd6 Nxd6 16.Bf4 Rb6 17.Bxd6 [-0.25 Fritz 7: 17.Be2 Bb7 18.Qd2
g5 19.Bh2 f5 20.Rad1 f4 21.Bc4 0.28/13 ] 17...Rxd6 18.Qa4 [-0.56 Fritz 7:
18.Qe2 Bb7 19.Rad1 a5 20.Rxd6 Qxd6 21.Ne5 Rd8 22.Qe3 Bxe5 23.Qxe5 Qxe5
24.Rxe5 0.00/15 ] 18...Qb6 19.Re2 Bd7 20.Qc2 Bb5 21.Bxb5 Qxb5 22.a4 Qd3
23.Qxd3 [0.12 Fritz 7: 23.Rae1 Qxc2 24.Rxc2 Rfd8 25.Re4 Rd1+ 26.Kh2 Bf8
27.b4 Bd6+ 28.g3 Kg7 -0.44/15 ] 23...Rxd3 24.Rd2 Rfd8 25.Rad1 Rxd2 26.Rxd2
Rxd2 [0.41 Fritz 7: 26...Rb8 27.Rc2 c4 28.Re2 Bf6 29.Nh2 a6 30.Ng4 Kg7
31.Kf1 Rd8 32.Re4 Rd2 -0.38/16 ] 27.Nxd2 f5 28.Kf1 e5 29.Nc4 Kf7 30.Na5 Ke6
31.Nc6 Kd5 32.Nxa7 Kc4 [1.59 Fritz 7: 32...c4 33.Nc8 Kc6 34.Ne7+ Kb6 35.Nxg6
Ka5 36.Nh4 f4 37.Nf3 Kxa4 38.Nd2 Kb5 39.Ne4 Kc6 0.69/17 ] 33.Nc6 Kb3 [8.94
Fritz 7: 33...Bf6 1.44/15 ] 34.a5 Kxb2 35.a6 Kxc3 36.a7 c4 [14.63 Fritz 7:
36...e4 10.62/14 ] 37.a8Q Kc2 38.Ke2 e4 39.Qa4+ [11.75 Fritz 7: 39.Qa2+ Bb2
40.Qxc4+ Kb1 #6/7 ] 39...Kc3 [#4 Fritz 7: 39...Kc1 40.Qxc4+ Kb2 41.Qb5+ Kc3
42.Kd1 Bf8 43.Qe2 Kb3 44.Qc2+ Ka3 45.Nd4 Kb4 46.Qb3+ Kc5 11.75/8 ] 40.Qb4+
Kc2 41.Qxc4+ Bc3 [#4 Fritz 7: 41...Kb2 10.37/7 ] 42.Nd4+ Kb2 43.Qb3+ Ka1
44.Nc2# *





"Gunny Bunny" wrote in message
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Hi,

I am running your game through Fritz 7 software. I will post the analysis
soon.

If u have ChessMaster or some other program you can do this analysis on

each
game u play to help yourself improve.

www.chessbaseusa.com
www.chessbase.com
www.chessmaster.com



"Hans Meier" wrote in message
...
Here is a tournament game (1h 45m/40moves + 30m) I played today against

a
player with 1520 rating. I won in 44 moves (my opponent didn't resign).
please do some analysis. any mistakes of white player?

1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Bd3 Nc6 6. Nxc6
bxc6 7. h3 g6 8. Nd2 Bg7 9. c3 O-O 10. O-O h6 11. Nf3 Rb8 12. e5
Ne8 13. Re1 c5 14. Bc4 e6 15. exd6 Nxd6 16. Bf4 Rb6 17. Bxd6
Rxd6 18. Qa4 Qb6 19. Re2 Bd7 20. Qc2 Bb5 21. Bxb5 Qxb5 22. a4
Qd3 23. Qxd3 Rxd3 24. Rd2 Rfd8 25. Rad1 Rxd2 26. Rxd2 Rxd2 27. Nxd2
f5 28. Kf1 e5 29. Nc4 Kf7 30. Na5 Ke6 31. Nc6 Kd5 32. Nxa7 Kc4
33. Nc6 Kb3 34. a5 Kxb2 35. a6 Kxc3 36. a7 c4 37. a8=Q Kc2 38. Ke2
e4 39. Qa4+ Kc3 40. Qb4+ Kc2 41. Qxc4+ Bc3 42. Nd4+ Kb2 43. Qb3+
Ka1 44. Nc2#






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Old July 19th 03, 02:02 AM
Ron
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1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Bd3


I've never been that fond of this move even if it does throw a lot of
black players out of their book. I just don't feel like this is a great
square for the bishop.

I have no idea what theory says here. This is all simply my opinion
based on some practical experience in this lines.

Nc6 6. Nxc6
bxc6


And this is part of the reason why I don't like that move. You're
forced to exchange or retreat the knight. I've been on the black side of
this position plenty of times and I'm almost always happy to have a pawn
guarding d5, without the weakness of d6 which follows -e6.

7. h3


A wasted move, in my opinion. Neither Ng4 nor Bg4 was a threat--yet.

g6 8. Nd2 Bg7 9. c3


I supposed Nd2+c3 is consistent with nxc6, at least (without d5 to jump
to, you might as well reroute the knight to f3 and d4. And c3 does blunt
the action of that bishop.

But...

you don't have much control of d5, and black should be thinking about
playing -d5 himself here. You don't have the development advantage
commong to other lines of the dragon.)

O-O 10. O-O h6


Black plays very passively here. This strikes me as a horrible move,
increasing the power of your bishop (by voluntarily removing one of the
defenders of it's eventual target, the g6 pawn.)

If black finishes his development here instead, he'll be very
comfortable.

11. Nf3 Rb8


And it's not that this is a bad idea, but it's the wrong time. He ought
to find a home for his bishop, first.

12. e5
Ne8 13. Re1 c5


Black has no clue. -d5 is not horrible here, trying to fix the pawn as a
weakness on e5. But this just makes no sense.

14. Bc4 e6 15. exd6 Nxd6 16. Bf4 Rb6 17. Bxd6
Rxd6 18. Qa4 Qb6 19. Re2 Bd7 20. Qc2 Bb5


Again--very passive play from black. Sure, he got to kick your queen to
c2, but so what? Instead putting the bishop on b7 offered some
aggressive posibilities. Instead he trades it for your bishop who isn't
doing very much--(because e6 isn't much of a target).



21. Bxb5 Qxb5 22. a4
Qd3 23. Qxd3 Rxd3


Black continues to offer trades that favor you (because of your more
solid pawn structure.) Chess is not a game for the cowardly.

24. Rd2 Rfd8 25. Rad1 Rxd2 26. Rxd2 Rxd2 27. Nxd2
f5 28. Kf1 e5 29. Nc4 Kf7 30. Na5 Ke6 31. Nc6 Kd5 32. Nxa7 Kc4
33. Nc6 Kb3 34. a5 Kxb2 35. a6 Kxc3 36. a7 c4 37. a8=Q Kc2 38. Ke2
e4 39. Qa4+ Kc3 40. Qb4+ Kc2


40.Qa1+ wins the bishop, but the game's over regardless.


41. Qxc4+ Bc3 42. Nd4+ Kb2 43. Qb3+
Ka1 44. Nc2#


A pretty mate.

It's hard to draw a lot of conclusions from this game. I'm not crazy
about your development scheme, but if you got black out of his
preparation that could haveb een what wonthe game phychologically. He
simply didn't put up much of a fight, at all, so there wasn't much of a
test.

But you won the game cleanly and simply without mucking it up. When
somebody hands you a game on a silver platter, you've got to take it,
and that's what you did here.
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Old July 19th 03, 03:14 AM
Hans Meier
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Thanks. This was helpful. I've played only 6 tournament games overall and I
don't know much chess theory (never read a chess book). If you've got the
time, you can analyze one of my other games. I appreciate it.

I was White. Black 1620
1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 3. Nc3 Nf6 4. Bc4 e6 5. a3 a6 6. d3 Nc6 7. Bg5
Be7 8. O-O O-O 9. Qd2 b5 10. Ba2 Bb7 11. Rfe1 Qc7 12. Rad1 b4
13. axb4 Nxb4 14. Bxf6 Bxf6 15. Bb3 Bc6 16. Ng5 h6 17. Nf3 a5
18. d4 a4 19. Bc4 cxd4 20. Nb5 Bxb5 21. Bxb5 Qc5 22. Bf1 Rfc8
23. Re2 Qxc2 24. Nxd4 Qxd2 25. Rexd2 Bg5 26. Re2 d5 27. g3 dxe4
28. Rxe4 Nd5 29. Bh3 Rc1 30. Ree1 Rxd1 31. Rxd1 Bf6 32. Nxe6
Bxb2 33. Bg2 fxe6 34. Rxd5 Rc8 35. Ra5 Rc1+ 36. Bf1 a3 37. Kg2
Rc2 38. Bd3 Rc3 39. Bg6 Kf8 40. h4 Rc7 41. f4 Rd7 42. Ra8+ Ke7
43. Re8+ Kd6 44. Ra8 Kc5 45. Kf3 Kb4 46. Rb8+ Ka5 47. Be4 Rd6
48. Ra8+ Kb5 49. Ke2 Rd4 50. Bb1 Bc1 51. Rc8 Bb2 52. Rc7 Ka5
53. Rxg7 Re4+ 54. Bxe4 Bxg7 55. Bb1 Kb4 56. Ba2 h5 57. Kd2 e5
58. Ke2 exf4 59. gxf4 Bf6 60. Kd3 Bxh4 61. f5 Bf6 62. Bf7 h4
63. Ke2 Kc3 64. Kf3 Kb2 65. Kg2 a2 66. Bxa2 Kxa2 67. Kh3 Kb3
68. Kg2 Kc2 69. Kh3 Kd3 70. Kg2 Ke4 71. Kh3 Kxf5 draw

I was Black. White 1590
1. d4 d5 2. Nf3 e6 3. e3 Be7 4. c4 Nf6 5. Nc3 dxc4 6. Bxc4 a6
7. a3 b5 8. Ba2 Bb7 9. O-O O-O 10. b4 Bd6 11. Bb2 Ng4 12. h3
Nh6 13. Rc1 Nd7 14. d5 Nb6 15. dxe6 fxe6 16. Bxe6+ Kh8 17. Qd4
Bxf3 18. Ne4 Bh2+ 19. Kxh2 Qxd4 20. Bxd4 Bxe4 21. Rxc7 Nf5 22. Bxf5
Bxf5 23. Rxg7 Rad8 24. Rb7+ Rxd4 25. exd4 Nc4 26. Ra7 Bc8 27. Re1
Nxa3 28. Ree7 Bf5 29. Rxa6 Nc2 30. Rd6 Nxb4 31. Re5 Bd3 32. f3
Nc2 33. Rc5 Rb8 34. Rc3 Bf5 35. g4 b4 36. Rb3 Na1 37. Rb2 Bd3
38. Rc6 b3 39. Rc3 Ba6 40. Rc6 Bb5 41. Rc1 Ra8 42. Rbb1 Ra2+
43. Kg3 Bd3 44. Rxa1 b2 45. Rc8+ Kg7 46. Rxa2 b1=Q 47. Ra7+
Kh6 48. Rc6+ Bg6 49. Rac7 Qg1+ 50. Kf4 Qxd4+ 51. Kg3 draw

This was my first tournament game.
I was Black. White 1850
1. d4 d5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. c4 Nf6 4. Nc3 Bg4 5. e3 e6 6. Be2 Bd6
7. O-O Bxf3 8. Bxf3 h5 9. Qb3 Na5 10. Qa4+ c6 11. cxd5 Bxh2+
12. Kh1 exd5 13. b4 Ne4 14. Bxe4 Qh4 15. g3 Bxg3+ 16. Kg2 Qh2+
17. Kf3 dxe4+ 18. Nxe4 Qh4 19. fxg3 Qg4+ 20. Kf2 Qxe4 21. Qxa5
Qc2+ 22. Kf3 Rh6 23. Qe5+ Re6 24. Qxg7 Qf5+ 25. Kg2 Qe4+ 26. Kg1
O-O-O 27. Rxf7 c5 28. bxc5 Rg6 29. Qe5 Qc6 30. e4 Rdg8 31. Bf4
Rxg3+ 32. Bxg3 Rxg3+ 33. Qxg3 Kd8 34. Qb8+ Qc8 35. Qd6+ Ke8
36. Qe7#



1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Bd3


I've never been that fond of this move even if it does throw a lot of
black players out of their book. I just don't feel like this is a great
square for the bishop.

I have no idea what theory says here. This is all simply my opinion
based on some practical experience in this lines.

Nc6 6. Nxc6
bxc6


And this is part of the reason why I don't like that move. You're
forced to exchange or retreat the knight. I've been on the black side of
this position plenty of times and I'm almost always happy to have a pawn
guarding d5, without the weakness of d6 which follows -e6.

7. h3


A wasted move, in my opinion. Neither Ng4 nor Bg4 was a threat--yet.

g6 8. Nd2 Bg7 9. c3


I supposed Nd2+c3 is consistent with nxc6, at least (without d5 to jump
to, you might as well reroute the knight to f3 and d4. And c3 does blunt
the action of that bishop.

But...

you don't have much control of d5, and black should be thinking about
playing -d5 himself here. You don't have the development advantage
commong to other lines of the dragon.)

O-O 10. O-O h6


Black plays very passively here. This strikes me as a horrible move,
increasing the power of your bishop (by voluntarily removing one of the
defenders of it's eventual target, the g6 pawn.)

If black finishes his development here instead, he'll be very
comfortable.

11. Nf3 Rb8


And it's not that this is a bad idea, but it's the wrong time. He ought
to find a home for his bishop, first.

12. e5
Ne8 13. Re1 c5


Black has no clue. -d5 is not horrible here, trying to fix the pawn as a
weakness on e5. But this just makes no sense.

14. Bc4 e6 15. exd6 Nxd6 16. Bf4 Rb6 17. Bxd6
Rxd6 18. Qa4 Qb6 19. Re2 Bd7 20. Qc2 Bb5


Again--very passive play from black. Sure, he got to kick your queen to
c2, but so what? Instead putting the bishop on b7 offered some
aggressive posibilities. Instead he trades it for your bishop who isn't
doing very much--(because e6 isn't much of a target).



21. Bxb5 Qxb5 22. a4
Qd3 23. Qxd3 Rxd3


Black continues to offer trades that favor you (because of your more
solid pawn structure.) Chess is not a game for the cowardly.

24. Rd2 Rfd8 25. Rad1 Rxd2 26. Rxd2 Rxd2 27. Nxd2
f5 28. Kf1 e5 29. Nc4 Kf7 30. Na5 Ke6 31. Nc6 Kd5 32. Nxa7 Kc4
33. Nc6 Kb3 34. a5 Kxb2 35. a6 Kxc3 36. a7 c4 37. a8=Q Kc2 38. Ke2
e4 39. Qa4+ Kc3 40. Qb4+ Kc2


40.Qa1+ wins the bishop, but the game's over regardless.


41. Qxc4+ Bc3 42. Nd4+ Kb2 43. Qb3+
Ka1 44. Nc2#


A pretty mate.

It's hard to draw a lot of conclusions from this game. I'm not crazy
about your development scheme, but if you got black out of his
preparation that could haveb een what wonthe game phychologically. He
simply didn't put up much of a fight, at all, so there wasn't much of a
test.

But you won the game cleanly and simply without mucking it up. When
somebody hands you a game on a silver platter, you've got to take it,
and that's what you did here.



 




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