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Old June 2nd 08, 05:35 PM posted to rec.games.chess.analysis,rec.games.chess.misc,alt.chess,rec.games.chess.computer,rec.games.chess.politics
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Default Most interesting game by Zebediah.

Zebediah played one of the most interesting game against Advance
Level.

I was thinking now Zebediah will get real competition. But Zebediah
played such interesting moves and win that everyone will be surprised
to see.

Zebediah first sacrificed its Rook for a pawn for no reasion. Then
after a few moves he Sacrificed His Bishop for a Pawn.

Now GetClub was a Rook and a Bishop ahead.

But then he played such moves and win the game in just 27 moves.

Game Played between zebediah and advance at GetClub.com

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zebediah: (Black)
advance: (White)
Game Played at: http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html
View Recorded Game: http://www.getclub.com/playgame.php?...506&game=Chess
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White -- Black
(advance) -- (zebediah)

1. e2-e4{0} e7-e6{6}
2. d2-d4{0} d7-d5{4}
3. Nb1-c3{0} Ng8-f6{18}
4. Bc1-g5{0} Bf8-b4{116}
5. e4-e5{2230} h7-h6{1008}
6. e5-f6{1762} h6-g5{4550}
7. f6-g7{1422} Rh8-g8{8}
8. Ng1-f3{2504} Rg8-g7{264}
9. Nf3-e5{3810} Nb8-d7{66}
10. Qd1-h5{1290} Nd7-e5{2264}
11. d4-e5{1280} Rg7-g8{908}
12. Qh5-h7{1424} Rg8-f8{1574}
13. Bf1-d3{2152} Bc8-d7{1198}
14. Ke1-g1{1402} Qd8-e7{10}
15. Rf1-b1{1942} Ke8-c8{2902}
16. Bd3-b5{2412} c7-c6{142}
17. Bb5-f1{1796} Rf8-h8{4218}
18. Qh7-d3{1374} f7-f6{20}
19. a2-a3{1804} Bb4-a5{164}
20. Qd3-d4{1826} Ba5-b6{2024}
21. Qd4-d2{2418} Rh8-h2{1008}
22. Kg1-h2{2064} Qe7-h7{1156}
23. Kh2-g3{1530} Bd7-e8{246}
24. Kg3-f3{1554} Be8-h5{30}
25. g2-g4{2230} Bh5-g4{108}
26. Kf3-g4{1808} f6-f5{14}
27. Kg4-g3{592}
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zebediah: (Black)
advance: (White)
Game Played at: http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html
View Recorded Game: http://www.getclub.com/playgame.php?...506&game=Chess

I was very surprised to see how Zebediah gave away his Rook and Bishop
and then got a neat Win.

Do you think Zebediahs game as wonderful?

Bye
Sanny

Play Chess at: http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html

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Default Most interesting game by Zebediah.

Sanny wrote:
Zebediah played one of the most interesting game against Advance
Level.

I was thinking now Zebediah will get real competition. But Zebediah
played such interesting moves and win that everyone will be surprised
to see.

Zebediah first sacrificed its Rook for a pawn for no reasion.


There was a very good reason he "sacrificed" the rook. White cannot take
the rook otherwise there is a forced mate. It is a standard pattern for
breaking open a castled position gaining a tempo once RRQ are available.

Then
after a few moves he Sacrificed His Bishop for a Pawn.


Again because he could see the mate whereas your program could not.

Now GetClub was a Rook and a Bishop ahead.

But then he played such moves and win the game in just 27 moves.


It is a very elegant finish by Zebediah.

Game Played between zebediah and advance at GetClub.com

15. Rf1-b1{1942} Ke8-c8{2902}


OK. This was the first move where white starts to lose the plot. The
obvious sound moves are Nb5 or Bb5.
Rfb1 spoiling both rooks is a basket case ranked at 23/43.

16. Bd3-b5{2412} c7-c6{142}


16. Bf1 would just about hold things together. FX crosses fingers

17. Bb5-f1{1796} Rf8-h8{4218}


But now it is too late. Downhill all the way!

18. Qh7-d3{1374} f7-f6{20}
19. a2-a3{1804} Bb4-a5{164}
20. Qd3-d4{1826} Ba5-b6{2024}


Again this is a dreadful move that effectively gives a free dangerous
developing move to black. The response 20. ... Bb6 should be trivially
obvious. 20. h3 would at least prevent the lethal rook sacrifice.

21. Qd4-d2{2418} Rh8-h2{1008}


And now black embarks on a spectacular coup de grace.

22. Kg1-h2{2064} Qe7-h7{1156}


GetClub clearly cannot see that KxR is a forced mate in 8.
Bd3 is the only move that prolongs the agony. Every other move is a
choice between a mate in N or losing the queen and throwing other pieces
in blacks way to slow down the mate.

I was very surprised to see how Zebediah gave away his Rook and Bishop
and then got a neat Win.

Do you think Zebediahs game as wonderful?


He finished it off beautifully.

Regards,
Martin Brown
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Hi all!

Why white played "11. dxe5" and not "11. Qh8+" gaining the Rook g7
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Default Most interesting game by Zebediah.

On Jun 4, 3:26*am, Nophiq wrote:
Hi all!

Why white played "11. dxe5" and not "11. Qh8+" gaining the Rook g7

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Black could have saved the Rook by playing B-f8. So now Rook is saved.

Bye
Sanny

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Nophiq wrote:
Hi all!

Why white played "11. dxe5" and not "11. Qh8+" gaining the Rook g7


It doesn't actually win the rook, but it does tie black down.

Something like: 11. Qh8+ Bc1 12. dxe5 Bd7
would be perfectly playable but not quite as good as the line played.

11. Qh6 Nf3+ 12. gxf3 Rg6
is another continuation but weaker still for white.

On the minus side either of these lines prevents or delays the classic
RRQ R-sac combo against the kingside which was used to end the game so
spectacularly.

Regards,
Martin Brown
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Martin Brown wrote:
Nophiq wrote:
Hi all!

Why white played "11. dxe5" and not "11. Qh8+" gaining the Rook g7


It doesn't actually win the rook, but it does tie black down.

Something like: 11. Qh8+ Bc1 12. dxe5 Bd7

Ooops ... I mean Bf8 (not paying attention)
would be perfectly playable but not quite as good as the line played.

11. Qh6 Nf3+ 12. gxf3 Rg6
is another continuation but weaker still for white.

On the minus side either of these lines prevents or delays the classic
RRQ R-sac combo against the kingside which was used to end the game so
spectacularly.

Regards,
Martin Brown
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