Kaze Araki's Chess Matches

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#23
Sigh...need to install...



oh w8 wrong site



Stuck at "initializing chesscube"...
 
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#24
Kaze Araki said:
This is the second game I had with Roronoa Zoro;

[chess][Event "ChessCube Game"]

[Site "www.chesscube.com"]

[Date "2011.05.06"]

[Round "-"]

[White "deathrhapsody@chesscube.com"]

[Black "thrippjck@chesscube.com"]

[Result "1-0"]

[WhiteElo "1654"]

[BlackElo "1428"]

[Time "15:40:04"]

[TimeControl "1200"]



1. Nf3 Nc6 2. e4 e5 3. d4 Nf6 4. dxe5 Nxe4 5. Bc4 Qe7 6. O-O Nxe5 7. Nxe5 Qxe5 8. Re1 d5 9. Bxd5 Be6 10. Rxe4 Qxd5 11. Qxd5 Rd8 12. Rxe6+ fxe6 13. Qxe6+ Be7 14. Nd2 Rd6 15. Qc8+ Bd8 16. Qxb7 a6 17. g3 Rf8 18. Nc4 Rd5 19. Qxd5 Rf6 20. Bg5 c6 21. Re1+ Be7 22. Qd8+ Kxd8 23. Bxf6 gxf6 24. b3 Bb4 25. Re6 Bc5 26. Rxf6 Kd7 27. Rf7+ Ke6 28. Rxh7 Kd5 29. Rh5+ Kd4 30. c3+ Kxc3 31. Rxc5 Kb4 32. Rxc6 Kb5 33. Rxa6 Kxa6 34. h4 Kb5 35. h5 Kc6 36. h6 Kd5 37. h7 Ke6 38. a4 Kd5 39. a5 Kc5 40. a6 Kb4 41. a7 Kxb3 42. a8=Q Kxc4 43. h8=Q Kd3 44. Qac8 Ke2 45. Qcd8 Kf3 46. Qhf8+ Kg4 47. Qdf6 Kh3 48. Q8h6+ Kg4 49. Qff4# 1-0[/chess]

deathrhapsody = Kaze Araki

thrippjck = Roronoa Zoro


All comments are welcomed.
White had the advantage the moment knightxe4.

Queen's gambit would have turned the game play agressive, yes?
 

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Kaze Araki said:
This is the second game I had with Roronoa Zoro;

[chess][Event "ChessCube Game"]

[Site "www.chesscube.com"]

[Date "2011.05.06"]

[Round "-"]

[White "deathrhapsody@chesscube.com"]

[Black "thrippjck@chesscube.com"]

[Result "1-0"]

[WhiteElo "1654"]

[BlackElo "1428"]

[Time "15:40:04"]

[TimeControl "1200"]



1. Nf3 Nc6 2. e4 e5 3. d4 Nf6 4. dxe5 Nxe4 5. Bc4 Qe7 6. O-O Nxe5 7. Nxe5 Qxe5 8. Re1 d5 9. Bxd5 Be6 10. Rxe4 Qxd5 11. Qxd5 Rd8 12. Rxe6+ fxe6 13. Qxe6+ Be7 14. Nd2 Rd6 15. Qc8+ Bd8 16. Qxb7 a6 17. g3 Rf8 18. Nc4 Rd5 19. Qxd5 Rf6 20. Bg5 c6 21. Re1+ Be7 22. Qd8+ Kxd8 23. Bxf6 gxf6 24. b3 Bb4 25. Re6 Bc5 26. Rxf6 Kd7 27. Rf7+ Ke6 28. Rxh7 Kd5 29. Rh5+ Kd4 30. c3+ Kxc3 31. Rxc5 Kb4 32. Rxc6 Kb5 33. Rxa6 Kxa6 34. h4 Kb5 35. h5 Kc6 36. h6 Kd5 37. h7 Ke6 38. a4 Kd5 39. a5 Kc5 40. a6 Kb4 41. a7 Kxb3 42. a8=Q Kxc4 43. h8=Q Kd3 44. Qac8 Ke2 45. Qcd8 Kf3 46. Qhf8+ Kg4 47. Qdf6 Kh3 48. Q8h6+ Kg4 49. Qff4# 1-0[/chess]

deathrhapsody = Kaze Araki

thrippjck = Roronoa Zoro


All comments are welcomed.
Starting from 12., you seem to go like this, "hahaha, I got you queen! I don't care with the rest. I won hahaha xD. *trades a rock with a bishop." >_>
 

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#26
Pyro Fighter said:
White had the advantage the moment knightxe4.

Queen's gambit would have turned the game play agressive, yes?
The below game is QGD Slav defense, my pet line against d4.



Voltorn said:
Starting from 12., you seem to go like this, "hahaha, I got you queen! I don't care with the rest. I won hahaha xD. *trades a rock with a bishop." >_>
I also blunder my Queen if you noticed.




Graham Aker said:
Sigh...need to install...



oh w8 wrong site



Stuck at "initializing chesscube"...
Have you finally able to enter Chesscube.com?







The following game is a very interesting exchange sacrifice game where I exchange sacrifice my rook with a knight and a pawn. I forfeit the time and lost, but from the last position in the table, had the game continue - who do you think would win?



[chess][Event "ChessCube Game"]

[Site "www.chesscube.com"]

[Date "2011.05.07"]

[Round "-"]

[White "brpbhatnagar@chesscube.com"]

[Black "deathrhapsody@chesscube.com"]

[Result "1-0"]

[WhiteElo "1848"]

[BlackElo "1646"]

[Time "11:18:15"]

[TimeControl "900"]



1. d4 d5 2. c4 c6 3. Nc3 Nf6 4. Nf3 e6 5. Bg5 h6 6. Bh4 Be7 7. e3 Nbd7 8. Bd3 dxc4 9. Bxc4 b5 10. Bd3 a6 11. Rc1 Bb7 12. O-O O-O 13. a3 c5 14. Bb1 c4 15. e4 Nh7 16. Bxe7 Qxe7 17. e5 Nb6 18. Qc2 g6 19. Ne4 Rfd8 20. Rcd1 Rac8 21. Qe2 Nd5 22. Nc5 Rxc5 23. dxc5 Qxc5 24. Qd2 Kg7 25. Qd4 Qc7 26. Rfe1 Nf8 27. Be4 Rd7 28. Bxd5 Rxd5 29. Qc3 Nd7 30. Rxd5 Bxd5 31. Rd1 Nc5 32. Qe3 Ne4 33. Qf4 c3 34. bxc3 Qxc3 35. Rc1 Qxa3 36. h3 Qb2 37. Rf1 g5 38. Qc1 Qb3 39. Nd2 Nxd2 40. Qxd2 1-0[/chess]



All comments are welcomed.
 

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@Kaze

I also noticed that. What a teaser. >__>



For the next game..., I'm not an expert at this but at least I can see you have the upper hand. I think you would win if you had more time because you have those 2 pawns on the left. You just need to think a way to trade your bishop & queen with his queen & rock or better. =P

Furthermore, your king is pretty much save because of that white pawn that's blocking the diagonal line. xD

From what I can see, the only disadvantage you have is that you need to retreat your queen whenever your opponent tries to trade it with his. ._.

Depending on your next move, his next move probably gonna be a1. And then you probably would move to b7. Then he might move to d7, and then you probably move to b2. And then... stuffs... >__>
 

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Bishop to C4 wait for his move



If he moves the H3 pawn up

move q to D3- capture q if yours is captured with the bishop,

if R come to D1 move bishop back to C4

If R comes D4 following this move K to G6

If R comes to G4 move A6 to A5 (i would try to make this one queen or use it as bait to finally kill the rook in the end)



If the F2 pawn ever goes up to F4 take it out (this is still after both qs are gone)

If G2 pawn ever moves up to G3 move the G5 to G4 then back up the pawn with the pawn form H6 to H7



If he doesn't move the H3 pawn up and instead moves the queen, take out his rook. if he moves the rook to D1 right away move K to G6

If he responds by moving F2 to F4 move q to G3

If he captures the G5 pawn capture with queen if he moves the pawn to F5 capture with pawn

If you do capture with queen and he responds by taking out your queen, capture with the pawn



If he doesn't move the H3 pawn nor does he move Rook to D1 capture the rook if he move either the F2 or G2 pawns. If he moves R to C1 move q to C4



Get the A6 pawn to q or like i said in the end use it to kill the rook.



Well that's what i would do, sorry if it may seem bad in the end
 

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@both, considering my opponent is 1800+, I think he'll choose the best move, that is Ra1 - attacking my weakness.

I would love to trade Queens here and just stomps up the Queen-side with my pawns march, but I doubt he would allow a Queen exchange.





Depending on your next move, his next move probably gonna be a1. And then you probably would move to b7. Then he might move to d7, and then you probably move to b2. And then... stuffs... >__>

I think the best move for me here is 40. ... b4, anticipating Ra1 (as you pointed out).

Since my opponent has a Rook and a Queen, it is important for me to keep the position closed with my Bishop, Queen and Pawns.

This is to avoid their penetration into my position since my King is only "relatively" save.

One variation I have in mind after 40. ... b4;

41. Ra1 Qc4 (keeping the position closed).

If I'm able to exchange Queens, then I should win easily.





Bishop to C4 wait for his move

Then he'll move 41. Ra1..., and I need to defend my a6 pawn.

41 ... b4 is the only reply, but now his Queen can penetrate deep into my position with 42. Qd8 ..., threatening 43. Qf6+ and all my King-side pawns structure will fall apart.





What do you guys think?
 

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Oh..., you are right. You need to exchange queens. xD

Well, if that's the case, then there would many back-and-forth moves @.@

The loser would be the first one who grew tired and made a wrong move. ._.
 

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Not necessarily back and forth, as I can also move my Queen Side pawns slowly.



But apparently, I'm also wrong in my analysis.

Upon rechecking, White strongest reply - say after I made any 40th move - is 41. f4!!!

I simply don't know what 40th move should I made to counter this destructive pawn thrust.
 

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Dang, what a move, it would be nice to have him here XDXDXDXD

If you don't know what to move, then just move your pawn like before, and keep threatening your opponent's queen. ^__^
 

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One salvaging line;



40. Qxe2 b4

41. f4! Qg3!



The point being;

42. fxg5 Qxg5, inviting Queens exchange.

White cannot take the b4 pawn due to mate threat.

And the b4 pawn can go up to b3 and let itself be protected by the Bishop.
 

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Hmm...

It seems that the pawns march is inevitable, lol.

Nice analysis you got there.
 

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lol

But your analysis is wayyyyy better than me (that's why last time, you beat me... twice). >__>

Looking forward to see another spectacular game by you ^o^
 

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click the drop down tab on the right of your username there (top middle) and select "view game history"

you can copy the PGN file and publish the game here
 

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Thanks! It's pretty cool how this forum has that chess tag for interactive viewing.
 

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Kaze Araki said:
Bishop to C4 wait for his move

Then he'll move 41. Ra1..., and I need to defend my a6 pawn.

41 ... b4 is the only reply, but now his Queen can penetrate deep into my position with 42. Qd8 ..., threatening 43. Qf6+ and all my King-side pawns structure will fall apart.





What do you guys think?


But i don't understand why you should defend your pawn?

I mean if he moves to A1 just move q to D3, he won't go after your pawn right away and instead will either take your queen or avoid it



and had he moved to F4 you would have had a clear shot to the rook, true you may have sacrifice the bishop but at least now you have the advantage in pawns, plus you still have your queen
 
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