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Old August 26th 04, 05:49 AM
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Default Sixteen King Moves in a Thirty-Move Game

White: Frazier, Glenn M
Black: NN
Event: Weekly Match, Hatboro PA USA (6)
Date: 2004-08-26
(C44 Scotch O)

1 e4 e5
2 Nf3 d6
3 d4 Nc6

transposing into the Scotch Opening
3 ... Nf6 4 dxe5 Nxe4 5 Qd5 is the Rellstab Variation of the Nimzovich
Philidor 5 ... Nc5 6 Bg5 Qd7 (6 ... Be7 7 exd6 Qxd6 8 Nc3 ) 7 exd6 Bxd6 8
Nc3 ;
3 ... Nd7 is the Hanham Variation of the Philidor 4 Bc4 c6 (4 ... Be7 5 dxe5
Nxe5 6 Nxe5 dxe5 ) 5 dxe5 dxe5 6 Ng5 Nh6 7 0-0 Be7 8 Ne6 fxe6 9 Bxh6 Nb6 10
Qh5+ Kf8 11 f4 Bc5+ 12 Kh1 Kg8 13 f5 gxh6 14 fxe6 Qe7 15 Rf7 Qg5 16 Rf8+
Kxf8 17 Qf7++ ;
3 ... f5 is the Philidor Counter-Gambit 4 exf5 e4 5 Ng5

4 Bc4 d5?

4 ... exd4 would transpose into the Scotch Gambit 5 c3 dxc3 6 Nxc3 leads to
familiar (to me, at least) Goring Gambit territory: 6 ... Be6 (6 ... Nf6 7
Qb3 Qd7 8 Ng5 Ne5 9 Bb5 c6 10 f4 ; 6 ... Be7 7 Qb3 ) 7 Bxe6 fxe6 8 Qb3

5 Bxd5 exd4
6 c3 dxc3
7 Nxc3

is like a Goring Gambit, only without anything being gambited!

7 ... Bb4
8 Bxf7+?

This unsound yet attractive sacrifice sets us off on an amazing journey.
This game was a purely casual match game between two friends. It's
altogether unsound in almost every way, and yet resulted in an amusing
display that brought me great pleasure nonetheless. To come, I will
continually sacrifice more and more material all in a bid to keep hold of
the initiative while searching vainly for a mate. My opponent didn't defend
as sharply as required, and quite sharp defense was required in many places.
The result includes a naked king walk from one end of the board to the
other, then back into the middle, then again over to the far side before
finally the game was put to rest. I hope you enjoy it as much as I. I'm not
putting much effort into annotating it, as it is tactically full of holes. I
noted some obvious improvements here and there, then let Crafty rattle off
its opinions on all the blunders. I suggest just ignoring all the blather,
though, and playing it through straight, for your own amusement.
8 Bxc6+ 1.10 v -1.81 8 ... bxc6 9 Qxd8+ Kxd8 10 Bd2 Ke8 11 a3 Be7 12 Ne5

8 ... Kxf7
9 Ne5+ Ke6
10 Qg4+

10 Nd3 -2.28 v -4.84 10 ... Bxc3+ 11 bxc3 Nf6 12 Qb3+ Ke7 13 Ba3+ Ke8 14 Nc5

10 ... Kxe5
11 Bf4+ Kd4?

11 ... Kf6 -5.49 v 8.37 12 Qh5 g6 13 Bg5+ Kf7 14 Bxd8 Bxc3+ 15 bxc3 gxh5

12 Rd1+

12 0-0-0+ 8.37 v 5.51 12 ... Kc5 13 Qh5+ g5 14 Rxd8 Bxc3 15 Qxg5+ Kb6 16
Rxg8

12 ... Kc5
13 Be3+

13 Qh5+ 7.69 v 4.34 13 ... g5 14 Be3+ Nd4 15 Rxd4 Qf8 16 Qxg5+ Bf5 17 Rd8+

13 ... Kc4

13 ... Nd4 4.34 v 327.64 14 Bxd4+ Kc6 15 Qxg7 Qe7 16 Qxe7 Nxe7 17 Bxh8 Bg4

14 b3+??

14 Qe2+ Qd3 15 Qxd3++

14 ... Kxc3
15 Qxg7+

15 Qe2 -0.37 v -8.12 15 ... Qxd1+

15 ... Kc2+
16 Bd2

16 Ke2 -8.26 v -18.65 16 ... Qf6 17 Qxc7 Kb2 18 Ra1 Bd6 19 Rhb1+ Ka3 20 Bc1+

16 ... Nge7?

16 ... Bxd2+ 17 Kf1 (17 Ke2 Qd3++ ) 17 ... Nf6 18 Ra1

17 Rc1+ Kd3
18 Rc3+

18 Bxb4 -1.67 v -3.74 18 ... Nd5 19 exd5 Re8+ 20 Kd1 Qxd5 21 Rc3+ Ke4+ 22
Kc1

18 ... Bxc3
19 Qxc3+ Kxe4
20 Qf3+ Ke5
21 Bc3+ Nd4
22 Qh5+

22 Qe3+ -7.19 v -10.45 22 ... Kf5 23 Bxd4 Rg8 24 Qe5+ Kg6 25 Qf6+ Kh5 26
Qf7+

22 ... Ke4
23 f3+ Ke3?

23 ... Kd3 -10.31 v 327.64 24 Qc5 Qd5 25 Bxd4 Qxd4 26 Qxe7 Qa1+ 27 Kf2 Qxa2+

24 Qe5+??

24 Qg5+ Kd3 25 Qd2++

24 ... Kd3
25 0-0

25 Ba1 0.33 v -5.66 25 ... Qd5 26 Qxe7 Qe6+ 27 Qxe6 Bxe6 28 0-0 Rhe8 29 Rd1+

25 ... Ne2+

25 ... Ndc6?? 26 Qe4+ Kxc3 27 Qc4+ Kb2 28 Rf2+ Qd2 29 Rxd2+ Kb1 30 Qf1++ ;
25 ... Qd6!? 26 Rd1+ Kxc3 27 Qe3+ Kb4 28 Rxd4+ ;
25 ... Qd5 -5.66 v -0.33 26 Rd1+ Kxc3 27 Qe3+ Kb4 28 Rxd4+ Kb5 29 Rxd5+ Nxd5

26 Kh1??

26 Kf2! -0.33 v -14.28 26 ... Nxc3 27 Qe3+ Kc2 28 Qc1+ Kd3 29 Qe3+

26 ... Nxc3
27 Rc1 Nxa2??

27 ... Ned5 -14.89 v 327.62 28 Qe1 Qe8 29 Qh4 Kd2 30 Rf1 Qe3 31 Qc4 Re8

28 Qe4+ Kd2
29 Rc2+ Kd1
30 Qe2++ 1-0


--
Glenn 'Mac' Frazier
USCF#12721233, FICS:'Frazier', RedHotPawn.com:'GMF'
mailto: [ my 3-letter name ] @thefraziers.org, http://mac.thefraziers.org/



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Old August 26th 04, 11:55 AM
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This unsound yet attractive sacrifice sets us off on an amazing journey.
This game was a purely casual match game between two friends. It's
altogether unsound in almost every way, and yet resulted in an amusing
display that brought me great pleasure nonetheless. To come, I will
continually sacrifice more and more material all in a bid to keep hold of
the initiative while searching vainly for a mate. My opponent didn't

defend
as sharply as required, and quite sharp defense was required in many

places.
The result includes a naked king walk from one end of the board to the
other, then back into the middle, then again over to the far side before
finally the game was put to rest. I hope you enjoy it as much as I. I'm

not
putting much effort into annotating it, as it is tactically full of holes.

I
noted some obvious improvements here and there, then let Crafty rattle off
its opinions on all the blunders. I suggest just ignoring all the blather,
though, and playing it through straight, for your own amusement.



Hmmm

It would have been ammusing if you actually won!


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