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ChessMood 10 months ago

The best games of March 2021 and the prizes

Hello ChessMood family, hello champions and future champions! 
Happy New Year and welcome to the "Best games of March 2021" competition.
Under this post, we invite you to post your best games that you will play this month. 

The Prize fund is 350K Moodcoins which is equal to 350$.  

The 1st prize  - 150K
The 2nd prize - 100K
The 3rd prize-  50K
The 4th Prize- 30k
The 5th Prize- 20k

Good luck with your games and keep the Right Mood! 
#ChessMood
#Right Mood - Right Move 

P.S
Here are the winners of February: 

1st Arman Shahzamani
2nd Vladimir Bugayev
3rd Abhi Yadav
4th Sean Raasch
5th Vibhush Pusapadi

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Wenstin .

Wenstin . 10 months ago

https://lichess.org/wMZg1aWa
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Derek Simpson

Derek Simpson 10 months ago

https://lichess.org/1uJmpQiNmWod
Chong Hao Ern

Chong Hao Ern 10 months ago

Sicilian Defense

https://lichess.org/9Fved7Hk/black#2

Jaydip Solanki

Jaydip Solanki 10 months ago

https://lichess.org/lZrkVtIY#41

I sacrificed an exchange for dark square attack and I succeed.

The most perfect game I have played on Lichess

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Jaydip Solanki

Jaydip Solanki 10 months ago

https://lichess.org/sOxKmrXG#74

Blundered a Rook in the opening, but didn't lose hope and I won !!!

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ChessMood

ChessMood 9 months ago

SLP!!!
Jaydip Solanki

Jaydip Solanki 10 months ago

Won a 2 vs 3 pawn with Rook Endgame against a 2300+ rated player.

https://lichess.org/Js6wrRa1#99

Jaydip Solanki

Jaydip Solanki 10 months ago

Perfect attacking game

https://lichess.org/pgK4pr3K/white#25

Jaydip Solanki

Jaydip Solanki 10 months ago

Two Rooks vs Rook, Bishop and Knight

https://lichess.org/eH7Mowva/black#0

Sergio Carrera

Sergio Carrera 10 months ago

English Opening from the White side

Sergio Carrera

Sergio Carrera 10 months ago

Attack, Attack, Attack with Black!

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Chong Hao Ern

Chong Hao Ern 10 months ago

 Scandinavian Defense

https://lichess.org/8FHYMPQ6/white#4

Nils Philipp

Nils Philipp 10 months ago

This game comes with a big "Thank You!". When I joined ChessMood in October last year, the course on the Benko Gambit was the first one I watched (binge-watched to be honest, without taking notes). I remembered Judit Polgar mentioning this as one of her very early weapons. And since I played the Grunfeld when I was young, this was a perfect fit. A bit later a started learning the ChessMood openings in a more systematic way, starting with the courses for White (I am almost done, only the Alekhine is left). In my Blitz games, I kept playing my currant repertoire for Black which is the QGD. However, after learning the English for last week's closed tournament and using it in Blitz immediately I decided to play the Benko, too. And voila - I nice win yesterday was the reward - trapping White's Bishop on a2. In my post mortem I found out that our repertoire is to play 5. ... e6 after 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 c5 3. d5 b5 4. cxb5 a6 5. e3. However, 5. ... g6 seems not to be an error and gave me a more Benko-like position. Compared to QGD, Benko is really more fun in Blitz.
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ChessMood

ChessMood 9 months ago

We are very glad to hear about your enthusiasm. Keep practicing the way you do!!!
Vladimir Bugayev

Vladimir Bugayev 10 months ago

How fast 2400 IM can get in trouble in Scotch...
Chong Hao Ern

Chong Hao Ern 10 months ago

Sicilian Defense

https://lichess.org/zMy79mzR/white#5

Chong Hao Ern

Chong Hao Ern 10 months ago

English Opening

https://lichess.org/0nmuDrRr/black#5

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Chong Hao Ern

Chong Hao Ern 10 months ago

Sicilian Defense

https://lichess.org/o1BiJ589/white#3

Jaydip Solanki

Jaydip Solanki 10 months ago

Jaydip Solanki

Jaydip Solanki 10 months ago

https://lichess.org/MRQEmeJR/black#94

Playing the Kings Indian Defence !!!