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The Best Games of May and the Prizes

Hello ChessMood Family! 
Welcome to the Best Games of May contest.
Under this post, we invite you to post your best games that you will play in May. 

The Prize fund is 650K Moodcoins which is equal to 650$.  

The 1st prize  - 200k
The 2nd prize -150k
The 3rd prize-  120k
The 4th prize - 100k
The 5th prize - 75k

The winners of April's contest are:  

1st place - Keok Woltek
2nd place- Dark Lord
3rd place - Abhi Yadav 
4rd place- Fahad Rahman
5th place - Sriram M


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



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Fahad Rahman

Fahad Rahman 1 week ago

Best
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skipper chess

skipper chess 1 week ago

[Event "Live Chess"]
[Site "Chess.com"]
[Date "2020.05.23"]
[Round "?"]
[White "skipper_chess"]
[Black "annika1604"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "C44"]
[WhiteElo "1604"]
[BlackElo "1163"]
[PlyCount "41"]
[EventDate "2020.??.??"]

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bc4 (3. d4 exd4 4. Bc4 Bc5 {also transposes into the
game}) 3... Bc5 4. d4 exd4 {The Giuco Piano but, transposing into the scotch
gambit} 5. c3 d3 $6 {a slightly dubious option as it is not very regularly
played} (5... d6 6. cxd4 Bb6 {is one option this transposes into guico piano}
7. h3 Nf6 8. Nc3 O-O 9. Bb3 Re8 10. O-O h6 11. Re1 Ba5 12. Bc2 Ne7 13. Bf4 Ng6
14. Bh2 Nh7 15. Qd3 Nhf8 16. Nd2 Qg5 17. Nc4 Bxc3 18. bxc3 b6 19. Qe3 Ne6 20.
Qxg5 hxg5 21. e5 d5 22. Bxg6 fxg6 23. Ne3 Bb7 24. Red1 Red8 25. Rac1 Rd7 26.
Nf1 Ba6 27. Ne3 Rad8 28. g3 Be2 29. Re1 Bf3 30. Nf1 Be4 31. Re3 g4 32. hxg4 g5
33. f4 c5 34. f5 cxd4 35. fxe6 Rc7 36. e7 Re8 {1-0 (53) Michiels,R (2215)
-Pinter,J (2536) Belgium 2008}) (5... Nf6 6. cxd4 Bb4+ {is the other option} 7.
Bd2 Nxe4 8. Bxb4 Nxb4 9. Bxf7+ Kxf7 10. Qb3+ Kf8 11. Qxb4+ Qe7 12. Qxe7+ Kxe7
13. O-O Re8 14. Re1 Kf8 15. Nc3 Nxc3 16. bxc3 d6 17. Rxe8+ Kxe8 18. Re1+ Kf8
19. h3 h6 20. g4 Bd7 21. Nh4 Kf7 {1/2-1/2 (46) Jones,G (2679)-So,W (2765)
chess.com INT 2020}) (5... dxc3 6. Nxc3 {with good development} d6 7. Qd3 Qd7
8. Nd5 Nd8 9. Qc3 Ne6 10. b4 Bb6 11. O-O c6 12. Nxb6 axb6 13. Bg5 h6 14. Bh4
Ne7 15. Rfd1 O-O 16. Rd2 b5 17. Bb3 Nf4 18. Bg3 Neg6 19. Qe3 Nh5 20. Rxd6 {
1-0 (33) Wernert,W (2333)-Gross,D (2383) Germany 2005}) (5... Qf6 {is another
option I have seen in games} 6. e5 Nxe5 7. Qe2 d5 8. Bb3 Bf5 9. cxd4 $18) 6.
Qxd3 Nf6 7. O-O d6 8. Bg5 {white pieces are active as compared to black's} Bg4
$6 {there is no Q on d1 so there is no reason to play this move. The bishop is
doing absolutely nothing on this square} (8... O-O $142 $14) 9. h3 Bh5 $5 {
still keeping the bishop on the same diagonal} (9... Be6 $142 10. Nbd2 O-O $14)
10. Nbd2 Qd7 11. Nd4 O-O-O $2 {the main mistake which allowed white to ruin
the P structure} 12. Bb5 $140 $1 Kb8 {any other move is no better} (12... Bxd4
13. cxd4 {now white has the c-file to aatack}) (12... Bb6 13. Bxc6 bxc6 14. Nc4
$1 {with two active knights who are limiting black's play}) 13. Bxc6 bxc6 14.
N2b3 Bxd4 $6 {exchanging the only defender of the black king and now black's
king is doomed} 15. Nxd4 h6 16. Be3 (16. Bxf6 $18 {was on the spot winning}
gxf6 17. Qa6) 16... Qe7 $4 {this position is anyway, lost} 17. Nxc6+ Kc8 18.
Nxe7+ Kd7 19. Nf5 Bg6 20. Qb5+ Kc8 21. Ne7# {a beautiful checkmate!} 1-0
      




my game with my own annotations!!
a really attacking game played on chess.com! P.S I am white and you can view the game by copying the entire text and then pasting it in chessbase
skipper chess

skipper chess 1 week ago

[Event "Live Chess"]
[Site "Chess.com"]
[Date "2020.05.23"]
[Round "?"]
[White "annika1604"]
[Black "skipper_chess"]
[Result "0-1"]
[ECO "C50"]
[WhiteElo "1162"]
[BlackElo "1605"]
[Annotator "14dak"]
[PlyCount "100"]
[EventDate "2020.??.??"]

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bc4 Bc5 {The Giuco Piano} 4. Nc3 (4. c3 Nf6 5. d4 exd4
6. cxd4 Bb4+ {Is the Main line} 7. Bd2 Bxd2+ 8. Nbxd2 d5 9. exd5 Nxd5 10. Qb3
Na5 11. Qa4+ Nc6 12. Qb3 Na5 13. Qa4+ Nc6 14. Bb5 Bd7 15. O-O O-O 16. Qb3 Nb6
17. Rfe1 Re8 18. Rxe8+ Bxe8 19. Re1 a6 20. Bd3 Qd5 21. Be4 Qb5 22. Qe3 Na5 23.
Bd3 Qd7 24. Qg5 Nc6 25. Ne4 Qd8 26. Qf5 f6 27. Nc5 g6 28. Qg4 Rb8 29. h4 Qd5
30. Bc2 Bf7 31. Bb3 Qf5 32. Qxf5 gxf5 33. Bc2 f4 34. Re4 Nb4 35. Bb3 Bxb3 36.
axb3 {1-0 (102) Vachier Lagrave,M (2745)-Le,Q (2703) Beijing 2013}) 4... Nf6 5.
d3 h6 {with the idea of stopping Bg5} 6. Be3 Bb6 7. Qd2 d6 8. h3 Be6 9. Bb3 O-O
10. O-O-O $6 {this is dubious because now I can spoil his kingside pawn
structure and he has to face a huge kingside attack} (10. O-O $142 Bxb3 11.
axb3 Qd7 {and a normal game continues} 12. Bxb6 axb6 13. Ra3 Rfe8 14. Rfa1 Rad8
15. Nd5 Nxd5 16. exd5 Ne7 17. c4 Ng6 18. Ra7 Rb8 19. Qe3 Nf8 {1/2-1/2 (33) Do
Thi Thuy,M-Bakri,A Vung Tau 2004}) 10... Bxb3 {OPPOSITE SIDE CASTLING= A VERY
EXCITING GAME FULL OF ATTACKING CHESS!!} 11. cxb3 $2 {A huge mistake .The
general rule is to capture towards the centre and this move is neglecting this
rule} (11. axb3 $142 Qd7 12. Kb1 a5 13. d4 exd4 14. Nxd4 Nxd4 15. Bxd4 Bxd4 16.
Qxd4 b5 17. f4 $13 {an unclear position as both sides have chances of attack})
11... a5 $1 12. g4 Nh7 {this move was played by black so that white's g5 move
would not come with a tempi after which black will be forced to take on g5
thus, weakening his position} 13. g5 $6 (13. h4 $142 Re8 {and an equal position
}) 13... h5 $1 {closing the position on the king side!} 14. Qe2 ({just worse is
} 14. g6 fxg6 15. Qe2 (15. Ng5 $4 Bxe3 $19) (15. Rhg1 $4 Rxf3 $19) 15... Qf6
16. Nd2 Bxe3 17. fxe3 Qf2 18. Qxf2 Rxf2 {with a better position for black})
14... g6 {now, white has no chances for an attack on black's king. Now that
the king side is closed, The white king is in huge trouble. This setup with
pawns on f7-g6-h5 is called 'breaking water' when transalated from Russian to
English} 15. Nd5 $6 {This move leaves protection of the a4- square which is a
square that should be defended as black gas some threats with a4} Nb4 {trying
to exchange knights in order to remove white's most crucial piece for
defending the white king} 16. Nxb4 $2 {all this does is help black to attack
white's king by opening the f-file} (16. Nxb6 $142 cxb6 {now black's pawn
structure is weak but, the c-file is open for attack. I personally think this
position is unclear.} 17. a3 Rc8+ 18. Kb1 Nc6 19. Rc1 Re8 20. Rhd1 d5 21. exd5
Qxd5 $13) 16... axb4 {and now, the magic on the a-file starts!} 17. Kb1 c5 $1 {
this is a very logical move as it is supporting the weak b4 P and also,
following the basic principle: We should never exchange pieces while attacking}
18. Rdg1 {with a few ideas to attack but, it is already too late!} (18. h4 $142
Qb8 19. Bc1 Qa7 20. a4 Rfb8 $15) 18... Qb8 $1 {trying to make a battery on the
a-file!} 19. Nh4 Qa7 20. f4 {the a2 pawn could anyways not be defended due to
the doubled pawns on the b-file. if were the doubled pawns not on the c-file,
then, then the white queen could have defended the a2 pawn with b3. another
reason why axb3 was better.} Qxa2+ $1 {The a2 pawn is the base of white's
position. once a2 is gone the b-file pawns are gone and then: the game} 21. Kc2
Ra3 $1 {attacking the b3 pawn and making use of the pin! yet, another reason
why 11.cxb3 was a bad move} 22. f5 {white has started his attack now but ,he
is already lost} Qxb3+ $1 {BOOM!} 23. Kd2 Qxb2+ 24. Ke1 Qc3+ 25. Kf1 Qxd3 $1 {
making use of the fact that fxg6 does not win a pawn because then after black
takes back on g6, white cannot play Ng6 as it is a check along the f-file} 26.
Qxd3 Rxd3 27. Kf2 ({if} 27. Ke2 Rxe3+ $1 28. Kxe3 c4+ $1 $19 {discovered check!
}) 27... Rxe3 $1 {Just simplifying! I did not need to keep any pieces on the
board to attack as I am already a few pawns up with a winning endgame!} 28.
Kxe3 c4+ $1 29. Kd2 Bxg1 {The whole point of this temporary sacrifice!} 30.
Rxg1 Kg7 31. f6+ Kg8 32. Rb1 b3 33. Kc3 b5 34. Rb2 Nxg5 35. Kb4 Rb8 {defending
the b5 pawn} 36. Ng2 Nxe4 37. Ne3 Nxf6 38. h4 d5 39. Kc5 d4 40. Nd1 d3 41. Nc3
b4 42. Nd5 Nxd5 43. Kxd5 c3 {Look at the position! what a beautiful one! 3
pawns on th third rank!} 44. Rxb3 d2 45. Kxe5 d1=Q 46. Kf6 c2 47. Kg5 c1=Q+ 48.
Kf6 Qxb3 49. Ke5 Rd8 50. Ke4 Qbe3# 0-1

 this game is with my annotations! an awesome game with awesome attack and a beautiful endgame!!!!!!!!  do check it out and also my active pieces just controlled black forces thank you chessmood lernt a lot from you!!!  P.S. I was black and you can view the game by copying the entire text and then pasting it in chessbase

Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 4 weeks ago

Just won a cool game by using the concept of initiative. French pawn grabber man and destroyed by my forces.

https://lichess.org/8AlnUOqm8Lr2

In this game white played my fav. sideline Alapin but messed up his opening and fell into weak d3 square and later punished by my forces.

https://lichess.org/gLuRTvtJoPF9

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Rachishnu Datta

Rachishnu Datta 4 weeks ago

i want to play
Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 4 weeks ago

First game of Scotch in May:

1. Rook Sac.

2. Exploited lack of co-ordination.

3. Final blow I saw before i sacrificed and Ne7!!! 

https://www.chess.com/live/game/4804607635

Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 2 weeks ago

Giorgos Kechagias

Giorgos Kechagias 4 weeks ago

Here is a game in which I used the Petroff's defence trap and checkmated in 10.
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Rachishnu Datta

Rachishnu Datta 4 weeks ago

everyone knows it may be
Matt H

Matt H 4 weeks ago

Coach my games are in a different post because this wasn't up yet! lol
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Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 4 weeks ago

Paste them here Matt

Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 4 weeks ago

Won the queen then lost my own queen then pawn checkmate in the end heheh

https://lichess.org/2HisalG8UD1j

Tried to apply the concept of Game 1 Capablanca structure but failed a bit but still fun game and in the end mating net with king was cool.

https://lichess.org/KYAzAUR5chCp

French IQP turned into Alapin Pawn formation dxc5 lines so I was so familiar with the pawn formation so I played well.

https://lichess.org/kYOJ9wpmuyIW

Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 4 weeks ago

Grand Prix setup against Philidor 

https://lichess.org/cKlYD92hgZgP

g6 petroff crushed without studying lines

https://lichess.org/oXxYon0kcl70

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Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 4 weeks ago

I missed an early win in Abra- Ka- Dabra- Gambit but in the end I won by nice piece maneuvering. I hope people will stop posting these gambits online so people will never be misguided.

https://lichess.org/KGHTlXgDcoqZ

Dream position of Accelerated Dragon. Monster bishop on g7

https://lichess.org/45jCt3fQ60wu

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Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 4 weeks ago

f5 really?

Good knight bad bishop slow maneuvering but won

https://lichess.org/01N4T9RpRlFF

Luka Kosutic

Luka Kosutic 4 weeks ago

https://lichess.org/4mp1jIpxrnwV
Aayush Shirodkar

Aayush Shirodkar 4 weeks ago

Opening Gambit --- 14 Move Game Over(Quick Game)

https://lichess.org/M2M6SU66#27


Aayush Shirodkar

Aayush Shirodkar 4 weeks ago

Opening Queen Trap (Pawn Sac)

https://lichess.org/mwzc0w4t#30

Aayush Shirodkar

Aayush Shirodkar 4 weeks ago

Crushing Kingside Attack !!

https://lichess.org/exUvOWakIysp

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Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 4 weeks ago

Qh4 line so Morphy's idea of giving up g2 and play for activity.

https://lichess.org/1Zp94JZiEsuY

Aayush Shirodkar

Aayush Shirodkar 4 weeks ago

Full Aggression From Opening

Ended With Knight Mate!

https://www.chess.com/live#g=4813719686

Giorgos Kechagias

Giorgos Kechagias 3 weeks ago

Another cool blitz game won with bird opening. I am an aggresive player and use my opponent's mistakes to punish them quickly. Made only 1 inaccuracy according to Stockfish 9, which I use to analyse my games. Blitz rating on lichess.org : 1863
Giorgos Kechagias

Giorgos Kechagias 3 weeks ago

I am playing against the advance variation of french defence taking advantage of a horrible blunder.
Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 3 weeks ago

I haven't studied the chessmood lines against Philidor setup bec I am working on scotch and sicilians. but I played the line in that I loved in past. Not a super cool piece sac but loved it.

Note: Learning initiative and improving skillls of finding opponent's resources

https://lichess.org/qeVpDWSM8gDU

Matt H

Matt H 3 weeks ago

Here I played a Benko Gambit against an FM in a charity stream. Almost won! But lost on time... :( I still think I played well. 

Jay Garrison

Jay Garrison 3 weeks ago

You dont often get to use this trap in the Acc. Dragon, but it is always fun when you do! 

https://www.chess.com/a/6sEpJNxvZwLa

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Matt H

Matt H 3 weeks ago

good reminder about Qb6 after f3 and Bc4 :) 
Aayush Shirodkar

Aayush Shirodkar 3 weeks ago

Development Advantage! From The Opening

I Love The  Move 13.e6!!

https://www.chess.com/live/game/4827056633

Aayush Shirodkar

Aayush Shirodkar 3 weeks ago

Kept The Pressure From The Starting

No Hurry!!

https://www.chess.com/live/game/4827035778

Aayush Shirodkar

Aayush Shirodkar 3 weeks ago

I Don't Think It Is A Good Game But...

 A Game To Been Shown 

 I Miss A Tactics In The Opening And I Am a Rook Down But I "Never Resign"

So I Played With Right Mood

And End I Won The Game!!

https://www.chess.com/live/game/4827020483

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Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 3 weeks ago

Trade-Trade-Trade and lost.

https://lichess.org/x1MX35rctaay

Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 3 weeks ago

https://www.chess.com/live/game/4830779534

Middlegame light square complex used for attacking

Arman Shahzamani

Arman Shahzamani 3 weeks ago

Crushing a +2350 player on lichess with the line that i recently learned from GM Avetik !

Grandprix attack against the sicilian 

Enjoy ! 

https://lichess.org/BJP9xCFFNUCO

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Edo Tokyo

Edo Tokyo 3 weeks ago

This is indeed the same line, my opponents never get into this theoretical battles yet, good memory and good preparation! congrats!
Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 3 weeks ago

wow I do studied all the lines man, Ur game is perfect and shows u have great knowledge of line and ur opponent fell into d5 trap hehehe. Super game.

Fahad Rahman

Fahad Rahman 3 weeks ago

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T K

T K 3 weeks ago

2.c4!! hehe
Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 3 weeks ago

A small and simple win of a novice player.

https://www.chess.com/live/game/4831790063

Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 3 weeks ago

A small trap Nxf2 I allowed then mate hehehe.

https://www.chess.com/live/game/4832306342

Tanmoy Mitra

Tanmoy Mitra 3 weeks ago

Win with Scotch. Before this course I always try to get Ruy Lopez position. But when not get Ruy Lopez then can not understand how should I approach. But Scotch is more flexible to handle.
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Ovi S

Ovi S 3 weeks ago

Quite gutsy to leave the K in the middle like that and great attack!
Edo Tokyo

Edo Tokyo 3 weeks ago

I am really happy and I wanted to share this with you all:

My first draw against a GM in a lichess tournament, the GM is https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Josep_Oms_Pallise

And the game is : https://lichess.org/OnHmHQEruLVT

Let's keep cogrowing!

Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 3 weeks ago

I never won against a GM. On chess.com I crushed many NMs, FMs, CMs, WCMs but never won against strong players

Jyotisko Sengupta

Jyotisko Sengupta 3 weeks ago

https://lichess.org/rsixQeNW/white

complete domination in endgame!B vs N

Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 3 weeks ago

He attacked then I counterattacked. My king was weak but i saved 

https://lichess.org/KskDcTYjoyks

Keok Woltek

Keok Woltek 3 weeks ago

A nice game on one of the main line of owen defense!

Jyotisko Sengupta

Jyotisko Sengupta 3 weeks ago

Beautiful checkmate in 17 moves. Anti-Sicilian is also good for black.

https://lichess.org/3OMrRlXFz79j

Jyotisko Sengupta

Jyotisko Sengupta 3 weeks ago

The clash between chessmood members. I made a horrible mouse slip Qd2. But then got sufficient lead in development and eventually win.

https://lichess.org/2AGXtE0K/black#0

Moemedi Machobane

Moemedi Machobane 2 weeks ago

https://www.chess.com/live/game/4815933683

I played tiger and mouse with my opponent!!

Jay Garrison

Jay Garrison 2 weeks ago

A good game with a tactical pattern I remembered from many tactics training that everyone should know! 


https://www.chess.com/a/37ZFfkAUWZwLa

Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 2 weeks ago

Mouse slip d5 but queen trap

https://lichess.org/jG2DJ8xv

Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 2 weeks ago

https://lichess.org/8nxAaaftpassive opening center open crushed

Tanmoy Mitra

Tanmoy Mitra 2 weeks ago

I blundered in the middle and also missed win in the middle. It is almost lost . In previous days I would have resigned. But now I keep cool my mind try to play till the end. Then win. It is not my best game although my mindset is much better than 1 month before. 
Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 2 weeks ago

https://lichess.org/NrZ1jSFyweak light square complexes

Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 2 weeks ago

I do not know theoretically I played it okay with c5 or not but still fine attacking game. Love rook lifts whenever I can!!

https://lichess.org/yim7KtcuYgZJ

Giorgos Kechagias

Giorgos Kechagias 2 weeks ago

Beating IM & Smith Morra gambit.
Jyotisko Sengupta

Jyotisko Sengupta 2 weeks ago

https://lichess.org/5oh8knFp/black#65

Beating FM. I am happy that I see move 33.Re7 with the idea Re5 and Rg5 mate.

Matt H

Matt H 2 weeks ago

Likely the only time I'll ever beat a GM in any time control or any circumstance
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Roger Rein

Roger Rein 2 weeks ago

Fantastic Matt. Congratulations. A win is a win. And you outplayed him when he had to run with his king. Nice!
Tanmoy Mitra

Tanmoy Mitra 2 weeks ago

Great win
Jyotisko Sengupta

Jyotisko Sengupta 2 weeks ago

Wow!Super bro!
Tanmoy Mitra

Tanmoy Mitra 2 weeks ago

Crushing attack with 2. Nc3 against Sicilian 
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Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 2 weeks ago

one miss by allowing Qxc2 counterplay but overall fine space win game. I haven't studied the theory of Philidor but I remembered what coach said in stream that Aronian said g3 is better and bec of last session of typical opening mistakes and my past knowledge of Adams attack I outplayed him.

https://www.chess.com/live/game/4857238370

Tanmoy Mitra

Tanmoy Mitra 2 weeks ago

I had forgotten the lines after 6. ...  Ne7  before playing ...  d6, how to punish. But remembered that is advantage for me. And again Scotch get victory for me.
Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 2 weeks ago

https://lichess.org/Yjd4YLpUnar0

just lucky game. I became passive and he messed up    

Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 2 weeks ago

https://lichess.org/0tnHR4JAu6sP
Tanmoy Mitra

Tanmoy Mitra 2 weeks ago

Winning again with Scotch. I fall in love with this opening.
Tanmoy Mitra

Tanmoy Mitra 2 weeks ago

I have just learn the h4 novelty today ! In this weak I am working with Scotch and win every game with Scotch in this weak.
Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 2 weeks ago

I won't say it's a very good game by me but still okay. I am learning about imbalances from Silman's Amateur mind and on chapter two. Which covers how to play when u have center. So I tried to apply the concept in this game. Yeah at some point I messed up but it's a part of learning I know. 

Now what's great about this game is my king's maneuver and he forgot his queen will be trapped on a4 hehehe.

https://lichess.org/yEbNhJgKirdB

Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 2 weeks ago

I know opening was terrible from my side but I applied concepts from three sources.

One from chessmood's bishop interactive session.

Second Silman's book "Amateur's Mind"

Third Lessons on space that when you have space on one side of board then try to open it and here I got space on both sides but I was able to open queenside so I did and he also blunded in the middlegame but still fun closed game for me.


https://lichess.org/Ie3dMpKQEDQn

Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 2 weeks ago

https://www.chess.com/daily/game/263941958

Chessmood AD Rocks. His move was new Nd5 but Nxd2!

T K

T K 2 weeks ago

French crush!
T K

T K 2 weeks ago

I crushed the caro-kann with a good attack.Also my opponent never got a counterplay.
Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 2 weeks ago

Passive play. King exposed so punishment.

https://lichess.org/cCglXofjpeY0

Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 2 weeks ago

Yes I need to work on openings but I messed up ideas and won by luck.

https://lichess.org/eZPNOTDfwF86

Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 2 weeks ago

Started in April but ended in MAY.

https://www.chess.com/daily/game/260619924

Tanmoy Mitra

Tanmoy Mitra 2 weeks ago

I have blundered the advantage but again keep cool my mind and in the end another cracking.
Jyotisko Sengupta

Jyotisko Sengupta 2 weeks ago

Correspondance game against chessmood FM. 

https://lichess.org/vPiHh9WzIZz4

Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 2 weeks ago

Some mistakes but still ok game.

https://lichess.org/zQe3S2vtz0pa

Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 2 weeks ago

https://lichess.org/e0R81rNYwAXU

He blunded the piece. Most players below 2000 or even at 2000 level do not know about d6 and pawn down queenside pressure line. all goes for Bg7 and face e5 Bf4 ideas.

Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 2 weeks ago

I am so happy that I am moving towards 2100 on lichess. On chess.com my best win is against 2461 and today on lichess I got my best win against 2142.

First of all he was confused by ChessMood openings and then he made a huge positional blunder by playing Be6 which gave me free pawn by double attack. Yes I may be missed early win but I like to do slow winning if I am winning.

Note: What I learnt in past one month that if you have a winning position then there is no need to complicate things but just slowly improve position and you will soon get win.


https://lichess.org/NMNalUvVqNq0


Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 2 weeks ago

I was behind in development but I am glad I luckily allowed to castle hehehe.
Keok Woltek

Keok Woltek 2 weeks ago

A fine win with a nice tactic in the end
Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 1 week ago

i can say mate of the day for me

https://lichess.org/sFYCM0up

Happily I can say its mate of the day for me.

This kind of game motivate me. yeah engine can may be find defense after my sac on g5 but I just love to apply the concepts that i studied in past 


Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 1 week ago

learning bjt still fun

https://lichess.org/nUAMEw49

Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 1 week ago

Nxe4 trick 

https://lichess.org/fmQ9GK0C

Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 1 week ago

fighting spirit chessmood concept. Won on time in a lost position.

https://lichess.org/RY6s6gHw

Keok Woltek

Keok Woltek 1 week ago

Symmetrical English 
T K

T K 1 week ago

Beating FM with a counterattack.Also game ended by a queen sacrifice!
Ovi S

Ovi S 1 week ago

Here is a grand prix attack that I would have never played (exposing the king like this). After watching the Chessmood video on crushing Sicilian Sidelines, however,  and a few GM game analyses I decided to try. Thanks Chessmood!



REPLY
Aayush Shirodkar

Aayush Shirodkar 1 week ago

https://www.chess.com/live#g=4891985026

Very Nice I Not Allow The Knight On B8 To Come In Th Game!

Better Pieces!

REPLY
Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 1 week ago

Many blunders but still fun game n the end

https://lichess.org/seoyR1kH#47

Keok Woltek

Keok Woltek 1 week ago

Survived a wild attack..
skipper chess

skipper chess 1 week ago

btw I am really excited for your new courses!
T K

T K 1 week ago

Beating positionally and slowly.
Jaylen Lenear

Jaylen Lenear 1 week ago

https://www.chesskid.com/fastchess/game/24921637

My real name is Jaylen Lenear. This game was none stop forward chess even tho that wasn't my intention those were just the best moves in my opinion

skipper chess

skipper chess 1 week ago

[Event "Live Chess"]
[Site "Chess.com"]
[Date "2020.05.12"]
[Round "?"]
[White "skipper_chess"]
[Black "Revolver_1411"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "C02"]
[WhiteElo "1540"]
[BlackElo "1195"]
[Annotator "14dak"]
[PlyCount "59"]
[EventDate "2020.??.??"]

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3. e5 {The French Defence : Advance Variation} c5 4. c3 Qb6
5. Nf3 Nc6 6. Bd3 Bd7 7. O-O {This is certainly not the best line as, this is
a trap line and if, black does not get into the trap then, he gains an
advantage} (7. Be2 {is no longer popular at GM level but, in the olden times
When theory was not very developed This was a popular choice} Nge7 8. dxc5 Qxc5
9. b4 Qb6 10. b5 Na5 11. a4 Ng6 12. Bd3 Qc7 13. Bxg6 hxg6 14. O-O Nc4 15. Bf4
Be7 16. Re1 a6 17. bxa6 Rxa6 18. Qc2 b5 19. Nbd2 bxa4 20. Nxc4 Qxc4 21. Be3 Ra8
22. Nd2 Qc7 23. f4 Rc8 24. Rac1 Bc5 25. Nf3 Qa7 26. Qf2 Bxe3 27. Rxe3 Rc4 28.
Nd4 Qb6 29. Qe1 Rh5 30. Rb1 Qc7 31. g4 Rh8 32. Kg2 a3 33. Rf3 Ra4 34. Rb4 Ra8
35. Rb1 Qc4 36. Ra1 Ke7 37. Qc1 Qc5 38. Nc2 Qc4 39. Nd4 a2 40. Qd2 Ra6 41. Nc2
Ra4 42. Nd4 f6 43. Qc2 Kf7 44. f5 gxf5 45. gxf5 exf5 46. Re3 Re8 47. e6+ Bxe6
48. Qd1 {1-0 (57) Beliajevas,D (2168)-Klabis,R (1961) Klaipeda 2010}) 7... cxd4
8. cxd4 Nxd4 9. Nbd2 Nc6 (9... Nxf3+ $142 10. Nxf3 Ne7 $15) 10. Nb3 {Well, in
this line white gains an advantage in development} Nge7 11. Be3 $1 {Gaining a
important tempi. White cannot afford to lose time in this position as the
advantage / lead in development is his only compensation. Well, it was rightly
said "Time is money"} Qc7 12. Bf4 {I played this move to support the weak e5
pawn but, it turns out I lose a tempi If the white bishop wanted to come to f4,
Be3 wasn't necessory. White could have played Bf4 directly} (12. Rc1 $142 {
using the pin along the c-file!} Ng6 (12... Nxe5 $4 13. Rxc7 $18) 13. Re1 Ngxe5
14. Nxe5 Qxe5 15. Nc5 {white has active pieces}) 12... Ng6 {Bringing the
knight to a better square} 13. Bg3 Be7 $6 {missin' an opportunity!} (13...
Ngxe5 $142 14. Nxe5 Nxe5 15. Re1 Bd6 {and black is just better!}) 14. Re1 O-O-O
$2 {A FATAL mistake. The c-file is open and now white can attack using the
c-file} (14... O-O $142 15. Rc1 Qb6 {and the game would continue normally}) 15.
a4 $1 {Now starts the fun!} h5 {both side are trying to attack each other's
king} 16. h3 {creating a square for the bishop} h4 17. Bh2 Kb8 $6 {a move
which was not very necessory at the moment} (17... Bb4 $142 $1 {making use of
the fact that b4 is weak}) 18. a5 $1 {marching the pawn ahead! White should
not be afraid to give a pawn so that he can open up files near black's king}
Ka8 {tucking the king into the corner does not help black. In fact, all it
does is help white as the file which is going to be openedis the a-file!} (
18... Bb4 $142 {was once again just better than the move played in the game})
19. a6 $1 b6 {Now that the c-file is even more weak, white can expect some
tactics along the c-file and the h1-a8 diagonal} (19... bxa6 20. Bxa6 Rb8 21.
Re3 $1 {and now it will be a total catastrophe for black's king after the Rook
on e3 comes to a3!}) 20. Rc1 Qb8 21. Bb5 $1 {putting pressure on the c6 knight}
Rc8 $6 (21... Nb4 $142 22. Nfd4 $14) 22. Nbd4 {and even more pressure...} Nxd4
23. Bxd7 Nxf3+ $2 {until black is just lost!} (23... Rc7 {was just better!} 24.
Nxd4 Rxd7 25. Qc2 $14) 24. Qxf3 $18 Rxc1 25. Rxc1 Nxe5 26. Qf4 $4 {The mistake
of the game! or should I say BLUNDER ? This completely turns the tables around
in favor of black! I could have resigned here but, after remembering this
article I didn't : https://chessmood.com/blog/
it-is-never-too-late-to-resign-in-chess} (26. Qc3 $1 {is the winning move!})
26... Bd6 $4 {and my opponent did not find the move!! if I would have resigned
on the previous move, I would have lost 1 WHOLE point!!} (26... Nxd7 $1 {
is clearly winning! If my opponent found this move I would have obviously
resigned but, my opponent did not find this move!!} 27. Qxb8+ Nxb8 {with a
clear-cut piece up position}) 27. Qxe5 $1 {Queen sac of the day! ( well,
temporary!)} Bxe5 28. Bc6+ $1 {intermezzo!} Qb7 {is forced} 29. Bxb7+ Kb8 30.
Bxe5# {what a beautiful game! A mate with two bishops is not so common! all of
this happened because black castled the wrong side.} 1-0



my game with my own annotations!!
a really attacking game played on chess.com! P.S I am white and you can view the game by copying the entire text and then pasting it in chessbase
Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 1 week ago

Alex Chessmood

Alex Chessmood 1 week ago

Event "15th Aim Blitz Tournament"] [Site "https://lichess.org/UQ4gXnz6"] [Date "2020.05.12"] [Round "-"] [White "Sasha12345678910"] [Black "RameshS"] [Result "1-0"] [UTCDate "2020.05.12"] [UTCTime "11:19:44"] [WhiteElo "1994"] [BlackElo "2285"] [WhiteRatingDiff "+15"] [BlackRatingDiff "-10"] [Variant "Standard"] [TimeControl "180+1"] [ECO "A65"] [Opening "Benoni Defense: King's Pawn Line"] [Termination "Normal"] [Annotator "lichess.org"] 1. d4 c5 2. d5 e6 3. c4 exd5 4. cxd5 d6 5. Nc3 Nf6 6. e4 { A65 Benoni Defense: King's Pawn Line } Be7 7. f4 O-O 8. Nf3 Bg4 9. Bd3 a6 10. a4 Nbd7 11. O-O Re8 12. h3 Bxf3 13. Qxf3 Bf8 14. Bd2 Rb8 15. Rae1 Qc7 16. g4 c4 17. Bc2 Nc5 18. Kg2 b5 19. axb5 axb5 20. e5 b4 21. exf6 bxc3 22. Bxc3 g6 23. f5 Nd3 24. Bxd3 cxd3 25. Qxd3 Qc5 26. fxg6 hxg6 27. Rxe8 Rxe8 28. Qxg6+ Kh8 29. Qxf7 Re2+ 30. Kh1 Bh6 31. Qh5 Qe3 32. f7+ Kh7 33. Qf5# { White wins by checkmate. } 1-0
REPLY
Tanmoy Mitra

Tanmoy Mitra 1 week ago

I manage to save a loosing game.
T K

T K 1 week ago

Attack,tactic,strategy,endgame,Won.
Jyotisko Sengupta

Jyotisko Sengupta 1 week ago

Juicy light squares! Congrats bro!
Jyotisko Sengupta

Jyotisko Sengupta 1 week ago

A game where all my pieces are hanging at move 12. FM got crushed quickly. Beautiful sacrifices and more. consider watching.

https://lichess.org/f7es3eUT/black

T K

T K 1 week ago

Tactics are everywhere!
Jay Garrison

Jay Garrison 1 week ago

This one was fun! I am sure you will enjoy the finish as much as I did!

Jeffrey Cobb

Jeffrey Cobb 1 week ago

Not a big fan of 3/2, but tried a few games in Chessmood tournament.  No fun getting roughed up by guys 700 points stronger than me, but here's one that went my way.

https://www.chess.com/analysis/game/live/4901708653

Rivaling @GMAvetik for computer scoring



Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 1 week ago

I wont say it's a perfect game but I played today this bullet. I am not a big fan of bullet but I played it. 

Final mating net was so cool.

https://lichess.org/wilF1oYy?fbclid=IwAR0nDZS8zQ7PEk4B_FTOcFsuq7-4j-ABiB2g-Hw1vlK-ny60lQr9DmoIeiE#33

Jeffrey Cobb

Jeffrey Cobb 1 week ago

Another entry and another pretty good accuracy score

https://www.chess.com/analysis/game/live/4906083303



Jay Garrison

Jay Garrison 1 week ago

Never let your opponent breathe!

Ovi S

Ovi S 1 week ago

Here is one of my games using chessmood opening that makes a BIG difference!

https://lichess.org/rO89rbtc#0

Thanks Avetik!

Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 6 days ago

I feel not super great whenever I beat my bestie I have two besties now. But still chess is so cruel sometimes and we all pllay for win. Here is my 23 move encounter in which I gave her no chance to play . Still I love her game. She is 55 and hoping to become an NM but due to her age hard for her to work like young guys like me or others are doing. 

https://www.chess.com/daily/game/258915816?fbclid=IwAR3jBzpA_5E7RXBLgnRljH9YZ9AiyQlZYI2EubEceYtVRgV-6f1X22OCEJE

Jeffrey Cobb

Jeffrey Cobb 6 days ago

https://www.chess.com/live?#g=4913952151

An all-out attacking game against the Czech Pirc (and I haven't even seen the course yet)!

https://www.chess.com/live?#g=4913952151



T K

T K 5 days ago

Only 16 moves!

Aayush Shirodkar

Aayush Shirodkar 5 days ago

Pretty Funny Game !

1st I was Losing Then Winning Then I Blunder The Queen(Losing) I Fight Till End I Was Finally Winning(Queen Down) Then.......I Lost On Time!

https://www.chess.com/live/game/4914390395

Aayush Shirodkar

Aayush Shirodkar 5 days ago

I Took Advantage Of My Opponent's UnDevelop Piece!

I Like The 18th Move Re5!

https://www.chess.com/live/game/4914459818

Kourosh Asgari

Kourosh Asgari 5 days ago

Hi friends,

I am a new Pro member.

I wish you like the following game that I've played with white.

https://www.chess.com/live/game/4915597313

Vladimir Moskalenko

Vladimir Moskalenko 5 days ago

comeback win 

[Event "Live Chess"]
[Site "Chess.com"]
[Date "2020.05.27"]
[Round "-"]
[White "kangaroomath1"]
[Black "lumunba"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "D10"]
[ECOUrl "https://www.chess.com/openings/Slav-Defense-Exchange-Variation-3...cxd5-4.Nc3"]
[CurrentPosition "3k4/5K2/4P3/8/8/8/8/8 b - -"]
[Timezone "UTC"]
[UTCDate "2020.05.27"]
[UTCTime "19:14:59"]
[WhiteElo "1276"]
[BlackElo "1212"]
[TimeControl "900+10"]
[Termination "kangaroomath1 won by resignation"]
[StartTime "19:14:59"]
[EndDate "2020.05.27"]
[EndTime "19:41:38"]
[Link "https://www.chess.com/live/game/4916144280"]

1. d4 {[%clk 0:15:08.2]} 1... d5 {[%clk 0:15:08.8]} 2. c4 {[%clk 0:15:12.1]}
2... c6 {[%clk 0:15:06.1]} 3. cxd5 {[%clk 0:15:16.1]} 3... cxd5 {[%clk
0:15:10.7]} 4. Nc3 {[%clk 0:15:20.8]} 4... e6 {[%clk 0:15:18.2]} 5. Bf4 {[%clk
0:15:27.7]} 5... Nc6 {[%clk 0:15:23.8]} 6. Nf3 {[%clk 0:15:33.4]} 6... Bb4
{[%clk 0:15:27]} 7. h3 {[%clk 0:15:38.8]} 7... Nf6 {[%clk 0:15:33.4]} 8. e3
{[%clk 0:15:46.7]} 8... Ne4 {[%clk 0:15:40.3]} 9. Qc2 {[%clk 0:15:53.5]} 9...
Bxc3+ {[%clk 0:15:48.5]} 10. bxc3 {[%clk 0:15:56.2]} 10... O-O {[%clk
0:15:55.1]} 11. Bd3 {[%clk 0:16:04.1]} 11... f5 {[%clk 0:15:56.9]} 12. Ne5
{[%clk 0:16:07.8]} 12... Nxe5 {[%clk 0:16:03.4]} 13. Bxe5 {[%clk 0:16:16.2]}
13... Ng5 {[%clk 0:16:05.3]} 14. f4 {[%clk 0:15:03.8]} 14... Nf7 {[%clk
0:15:53.8]} 15. Qf2 {[%clk 0:15:07.8]} 15... Qa5 {[%clk 0:15:45.5]} 16. Qb2
{[%clk 0:14:42.8]} 16... a6 {[%clk 0:15:11]} 17. Qb4 {[%clk 0:14:09.6]} 17...
Qd8 {[%clk 0:15:02.8]} 18. O-O {[%clk 0:14:06.1]} 18... b5 {[%clk 0:14:54.5]}
19. Qc5 {[%clk 0:14:13]} 19... Bd7 {[%clk 0:14:54.9]} 20. Qc7 {[%clk 0:14:14.4]}
20... Qe8 {[%clk 0:14:56.2]} 21. Bd6 {[%clk 0:14:08.9]} 21... Rc8 {[%clk
0:15:00.5]} 22. Qb6 {[%clk 0:14:06.2]} 22... Nxd6 {[%clk 0:15:01.5]} 23. Qxd6
{[%clk 0:14:05.4]} 23... Rxc3 {[%clk 0:15:07.2]} 24. Rfd1 {[%clk 0:13:51.1]}
24... Rc6 {[%clk 0:14:56.5]} 25. Qb4 {[%clk 0:13:31.8]} 25... Qc8 {[%clk
0:14:20.3]} 26. Qb2 {[%clk 0:12:43.1]} 26... Be8 {[%clk 0:14:14.4]} 27. Rac1
{[%clk 0:12:50]} 27... Rxc1 {[%clk 0:14:17.3]} 28. Rxc1 {[%clk 0:12:55.8]} 28...
Qb8 {[%clk 0:14:25.5]} 29. Qc3 {[%clk 0:12:07.9]} 29... Bd7 {[%clk 0:14:29.3]}
30. Qc7 {[%clk 0:12:01.5]} 30... Qxc7 {[%clk 0:14:32.9]} 31. Rxc7 {[%clk
0:11:49.5]} 31... Rd8 {[%clk 0:14:36.8]} 32. g4 {[%clk 0:11:26.9]} 32... fxg4
{[%clk 0:14:33.4]} 33. hxg4 {[%clk 0:11:34.6]} 33... e5 {[%clk 0:14:35.9]} 34.
g5 {[%clk 0:11:34.6]} 34... e4 {[%clk 0:14:43.1]} 35. Bc2 {[%clk 0:11:30.8]}
35... g6 {[%clk 0:14:45.1]} 36. Bb3 {[%clk 0:11:30.5]} 36... Be6 {[%clk
0:14:42.6]} 37. Rc6 {[%clk 0:10:58.8]} 37... Bf7 {[%clk 0:14:47]} 38. Rxa6
{[%clk 0:11:04.4]} 38... Rc8 {[%clk 0:14:53.5]} 39. Rb6 {[%clk 0:10:51.8]} 39...
Rc3 {[%clk 0:15:00]} 40. Kf2 {[%clk 0:10:51.1]} 40... Rd3 {[%clk 0:14:59.9]} 41.
Rxb5 {[%clk 0:10:50]} 41... Rd2+ {[%clk 0:15:06.3]} 42. Ke1 {[%clk 0:10:56.9]}
42... Rh2 {[%clk 0:15:07.5]} 43. a4 {[%clk 0:10:55.2]} 43... h6 {[%clk
0:15:08.6]} 44. gxh6 {[%clk 0:10:28.4]} 44... Rxh6 {[%clk 0:15:01.2]} 45. Bxd5
{[%clk 0:10:13.5]} 45... Bxd5 {[%clk 0:14:59.7]} 46. Rxd5 {[%clk 0:10:18.9]}
46... Rh7 {[%clk 0:15:06.2]} 47. a5 {[%clk 0:10:18.1]} 47... Ra7 {[%clk
0:15:05.4]} 48. f5 {[%clk 0:10:15.7]} 48... g5 {[%clk 0:15:11.7]} 49. Kf2 {[%clk
0:10:20.7]} 49... Kg7 {[%clk 0:15:19.4]} 50. Kg3 {[%clk 0:10:26.3]} 50... Kh6
{[%clk 0:15:27.3]} 51. Kg4 {[%clk 0:10:24.5]} 51... Rb7 {[%clk 0:15:27.2]} 52.
a6 {[%clk 0:10:15.8]} 52... Ra7 {[%clk 0:15:25.8]} 53. Rd6+ {[%clk 0:10:18.6]}
53... Kh7 {[%clk 0:15:31.3]} 54. Kxg5 {[%clk 0:10:23.6]} 54... Ra8 {[%clk
0:15:32]} 55. Kf4 {[%clk 0:10:28.8]} 55... Re8 {[%clk 0:15:38.1]} 56. a7 {[%clk
0:10:35.8]} 56... Kg8 {[%clk 0:15:41.9]} 57. Ra6 {[%clk 0:10:39.2]} 57... Ra8
{[%clk 0:15:47.6]} 58. f6 {[%clk 0:10:44.2]} 58... Kf8 {[%clk 0:15:53.5]} 59.
Kxe4 {[%clk 0:10:51.3]} 59... Kf7 {[%clk 0:15:56.3]} 60. Kf5 {[%clk 0:10:55.8]}
60... Kf8 {[%clk 0:15:58.7]} 61. Kg6 {[%clk 0:11:02.9]} 61... Kg8 {[%clk
0:16:06.3]} 62. f7+ {[%clk 0:11:08.8]} 62... Kf8 {[%clk 0:16:14.8]} 63. Kf6
{[%clk 0:11:13.3]} 63... Rxa7 {[%clk 0:16:15.4]} 64. Re6 {[%clk 0:11:02.6]}
64... Rxf7+ {[%clk 0:16:18.3]} 65. Ke5 {[%clk 0:11:09.7]} 65... Rf1 {[%clk
0:16:23.9]} 66. e4 {[%clk 0:11:16.8]} 66... Kf7 {[%clk 0:16:20.3]} 67. d5 {[%clk
0:11:22.5]} 67... Rf3 {[%clk 0:16:15.9]} 68. Kd6 {[%clk 0:11:30]} 68... Ra3
{[%clk 0:16:14.2]} 69. e5 {[%clk 0:11:30.1]} 69... Ra6+ {[%clk 0:16:20.3]} 70.
Kd7 {[%clk 0:11:37.5]} 70... Ra7+ {[%clk 0:16:27.8]} 71. Kc6 {[%clk 0:11:45]}
71... Ra6+ {[%clk 0:16:35.1]} 72. Kc5 {[%clk 0:11:45.2]} 72... Rxe6 {[%clk
0:16:43.3]} 73. dxe6+ {[%clk 0:11:51.7]} 73... Kxe6 {[%clk 0:16:51.9]} 74. Kd4
{[%clk 0:12:00.1]} 74... Ke7 {[%clk 0:17:00.4]} 75. Kd5 {[%clk 0:12:07.6]} 75...
Kd7 {[%clk 0:17:07.5]} 76. e6+ {[%clk 0:12:15.2]} 76... Ke7 {[%clk 0:17:16.4]}
77. Ke5 {[%clk 0:12:23.9]} 77... Ke8 {[%clk 0:17:25.2]} 78. Kf6 {[%clk
0:12:32.5]} 78... Kd8 {[%clk 0:17:33.8]} 79. Kf7 {[%clk 0:12:40.1]} 1-0
Vladimir Moskalenko

Vladimir Moskalenko 5 days ago

comeback win 

[Event "Live Chess"]
[Site "Chess.com"]
[Date "2020.05.27"]
[Round "-"]
[White "kangaroomath1"]
[Black "lumunba"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "D10"]
[ECOUrl "https://www.chess.com/openings/Slav-Defense-Exchange-Variation-3...cxd5-4.Nc3"]
[CurrentPosition "3k4/5K2/4P3/8/8/8/8/8 b - -"]
[Timezone "UTC"]
[UTCDate "2020.05.27"]
[UTCTime "19:14:59"]
[WhiteElo "1276"]
[BlackElo "1212"]
[TimeControl "900+10"]
[Termination "kangaroomath1 won by resignation"]
[StartTime "19:14:59"]
[EndDate "2020.05.27"]
[EndTime "19:41:38"]
[Link "https://www.chess.com/live/game/4916144280"]

1. d4 {[%clk 0:15:08.2]} 1... d5 {[%clk 0:15:08.8]} 2. c4 {[%clk 0:15:12.1]}
2... c6 {[%clk 0:15:06.1]} 3. cxd5 {[%clk 0:15:16.1]} 3... cxd5 {[%clk
0:15:10.7]} 4. Nc3 {[%clk 0:15:20.8]} 4... e6 {[%clk 0:15:18.2]} 5. Bf4 {[%clk
0:15:27.7]} 5... Nc6 {[%clk 0:15:23.8]} 6. Nf3 {[%clk 0:15:33.4]} 6... Bb4
{[%clk 0:15:27]} 7. h3 {[%clk 0:15:38.8]} 7... Nf6 {[%clk 0:15:33.4]} 8. e3
{[%clk 0:15:46.7]} 8... Ne4 {[%clk 0:15:40.3]} 9. Qc2 {[%clk 0:15:53.5]} 9...
Bxc3+ {[%clk 0:15:48.5]} 10. bxc3 {[%clk 0:15:56.2]} 10... O-O {[%clk
0:15:55.1]} 11. Bd3 {[%clk 0:16:04.1]} 11... f5 {[%clk 0:15:56.9]} 12. Ne5
{[%clk 0:16:07.8]} 12... Nxe5 {[%clk 0:16:03.4]} 13. Bxe5 {[%clk 0:16:16.2]}
13... Ng5 {[%clk 0:16:05.3]} 14. f4 {[%clk 0:15:03.8]} 14... Nf7 {[%clk
0:15:53.8]} 15. Qf2 {[%clk 0:15:07.8]} 15... Qa5 {[%clk 0:15:45.5]} 16. Qb2
{[%clk 0:14:42.8]} 16... a6 {[%clk 0:15:11]} 17. Qb4 {[%clk 0:14:09.6]} 17...
Qd8 {[%clk 0:15:02.8]} 18. O-O {[%clk 0:14:06.1]} 18... b5 {[%clk 0:14:54.5]}
19. Qc5 {[%clk 0:14:13]} 19... Bd7 {[%clk 0:14:54.9]} 20. Qc7 {[%clk 0:14:14.4]}
20... Qe8 {[%clk 0:14:56.2]} 21. Bd6 {[%clk 0:14:08.9]} 21... Rc8 {[%clk
0:15:00.5]} 22. Qb6 {[%clk 0:14:06.2]} 22... Nxd6 {[%clk 0:15:01.5]} 23. Qxd6
{[%clk 0:14:05.4]} 23... Rxc3 {[%clk 0:15:07.2]} 24. Rfd1 {[%clk 0:13:51.1]}
24... Rc6 {[%clk 0:14:56.5]} 25. Qb4 {[%clk 0:13:31.8]} 25... Qc8 {[%clk
0:14:20.3]} 26. Qb2 {[%clk 0:12:43.1]} 26... Be8 {[%clk 0:14:14.4]} 27. Rac1
{[%clk 0:12:50]} 27... Rxc1 {[%clk 0:14:17.3]} 28. Rxc1 {[%clk 0:12:55.8]} 28...
Qb8 {[%clk 0:14:25.5]} 29. Qc3 {[%clk 0:12:07.9]} 29... Bd7 {[%clk 0:14:29.3]}
30. Qc7 {[%clk 0:12:01.5]} 30... Qxc7 {[%clk 0:14:32.9]} 31. Rxc7 {[%clk
0:11:49.5]} 31... Rd8 {[%clk 0:14:36.8]} 32. g4 {[%clk 0:11:26.9]} 32... fxg4
{[%clk 0:14:33.4]} 33. hxg4 {[%clk 0:11:34.6]} 33... e5 {[%clk 0:14:35.9]} 34.
g5 {[%clk 0:11:34.6]} 34... e4 {[%clk 0:14:43.1]} 35. Bc2 {[%clk 0:11:30.8]}
35... g6 {[%clk 0:14:45.1]} 36. Bb3 {[%clk 0:11:30.5]} 36... Be6 {[%clk
0:14:42.6]} 37. Rc6 {[%clk 0:10:58.8]} 37... Bf7 {[%clk 0:14:47]} 38. Rxa6
{[%clk 0:11:04.4]} 38... Rc8 {[%clk 0:14:53.5]} 39. Rb6 {[%clk 0:10:51.8]} 39...
Rc3 {[%clk 0:15:00]} 40. Kf2 {[%clk 0:10:51.1]} 40... Rd3 {[%clk 0:14:59.9]} 41.
Rxb5 {[%clk 0:10:50]} 41... Rd2+ {[%clk 0:15:06.3]} 42. Ke1 {[%clk 0:10:56.9]}
42... Rh2 {[%clk 0:15:07.5]} 43. a4 {[%clk 0:10:55.2]} 43... h6 {[%clk
0:15:08.6]} 44. gxh6 {[%clk 0:10:28.4]} 44... Rxh6 {[%clk 0:15:01.2]} 45. Bxd5
{[%clk 0:10:13.5]} 45... Bxd5 {[%clk 0:14:59.7]} 46. Rxd5 {[%clk 0:10:18.9]}
46... Rh7 {[%clk 0:15:06.2]} 47. a5 {[%clk 0:10:18.1]} 47... Ra7 {[%clk
0:15:05.4]} 48. f5 {[%clk 0:10:15.7]} 48... g5 {[%clk 0:15:11.7]} 49. Kf2 {[%clk
0:10:20.7]} 49... Kg7 {[%clk 0:15:19.4]} 50. Kg3 {[%clk 0:10:26.3]} 50... Kh6
{[%clk 0:15:27.3]} 51. Kg4 {[%clk 0:10:24.5]} 51... Rb7 {[%clk 0:15:27.2]} 52.
a6 {[%clk 0:10:15.8]} 52... Ra7 {[%clk 0:15:25.8]} 53. Rd6+ {[%clk 0:10:18.6]}
53... Kh7 {[%clk 0:15:31.3]} 54. Kxg5 {[%clk 0:10:23.6]} 54... Ra8 {[%clk
0:15:32]} 55. Kf4 {[%clk 0:10:28.8]} 55... Re8 {[%clk 0:15:38.1]} 56. a7 {[%clk
0:10:35.8]} 56... Kg8 {[%clk 0:15:41.9]} 57. Ra6 {[%clk 0:10:39.2]} 57... Ra8
{[%clk 0:15:47.6]} 58. f6 {[%clk 0:10:44.2]} 58... Kf8 {[%clk 0:15:53.5]} 59.
Kxe4 {[%clk 0:10:51.3]} 59... Kf7 {[%clk 0:15:56.3]} 60. Kf5 {[%clk 0:10:55.8]}
60... Kf8 {[%clk 0:15:58.7]} 61. Kg6 {[%clk 0:11:02.9]} 61... Kg8 {[%clk
0:16:06.3]} 62. f7+ {[%clk 0:11:08.8]} 62... Kf8 {[%clk 0:16:14.8]} 63. Kf6
{[%clk 0:11:13.3]} 63... Rxa7 {[%clk 0:16:15.4]} 64. Re6 {[%clk 0:11:02.6]}
64... Rxf7+ {[%clk 0:16:18.3]} 65. Ke5 {[%clk 0:11:09.7]} 65... Rf1 {[%clk
0:16:23.9]} 66. e4 {[%clk 0:11:16.8]} 66... Kf7 {[%clk 0:16:20.3]} 67. d5 {[%clk
0:11:22.5]} 67... Rf3 {[%clk 0:16:15.9]} 68. Kd6 {[%clk 0:11:30]} 68... Ra3
{[%clk 0:16:14.2]} 69. e5 {[%clk 0:11:30.1]} 69... Ra6+ {[%clk 0:16:20.3]} 70.
Kd7 {[%clk 0:11:37.5]} 70... Ra7+ {[%clk 0:16:27.8]} 71. Kc6 {[%clk 0:11:45]}
71... Ra6+ {[%clk 0:16:35.1]} 72. Kc5 {[%clk 0:11:45.2]} 72... Rxe6 {[%clk
0:16:43.3]} 73. dxe6+ {[%clk 0:11:51.7]} 73... Kxe6 {[%clk 0:16:51.9]} 74. Kd4
{[%clk 0:12:00.1]} 74... Ke7 {[%clk 0:17:00.4]} 75. Kd5 {[%clk 0:12:07.6]} 75...
Kd7 {[%clk 0:17:07.5]} 76. e6+ {[%clk 0:12:15.2]} 76... Ke7 {[%clk 0:17:16.4]}
77. Ke5 {[%clk 0:12:23.9]} 77... Ke8 {[%clk 0:17:25.2]} 78. Kf6 {[%clk
0:12:32.5]} 78... Kd8 {[%clk 0:17:33.8]} 79. Kf7 {[%clk 0:12:40.1]} 1-0
Fahad Rahman

Fahad Rahman 5 days ago

beating Grandmaster with tactics.

https://www.chess.com/live/game/4912072531