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The best games of September and the prizes

Hello ChessMood family, hello champions and future champions! 
Welcome to the "Best games of September" 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! 
#Right Mood - Right Move 

Here are the winners of August: 

1st-  Abhi Yadav
2nd- Edo Tokyo
3rd- Captain Hook
4th- Duncan Vella
5th- Kourosh Asgari 

Sharan Sridhar

Sharan Sridhar 3 weeks ago

a nice win using accelerated dragon n*c6 and e5 variation
jamie Wilby

jamie Wilby 3 weeks ago

How do you share a game in this way with the replayer built in
Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 3 weeks ago

Crushed a 2200+ in 23 moves with GP.


jamie Wilby

jamie Wilby 3 weeks ago

I am not sure how to embed a replayer game yet.

This was nice attack versus some random double fianchetto in the modern.


jamie Wilby

jamie Wilby 3 weeks ago

Tanmoy Mitra

Tanmoy Mitra 3 weeks ago


ChessMood 2 weeks ago

13.Be5 !!!!!
Michael Krueger

Michael Krueger 3 weeks ago

The rook endgame was over my paygrade, but anyway luckily I won.


Specter11 3 weeks ago

A very nice game I played at a real tournament on September 5th.
Just creating attack from nothing, pawn storm on kingside.
I can send you a real batch record if it is confirmed as needed.

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 Nf6 4. d3 Bc5
5. O-O d6 6. h3 O-O 7. Bg5 h6 8. Bh4 a6
9. Bc4 Na5 10. Bb3 Nxb3 11. axb3 b5 12. Nc3 Bb7
13. Nh2 g5 14. Bg3 h5 15. Nf3 h4 16. Bh2 Nh7
17. Qe2 f5 18. exf5 Rxf5 19. Ne4 Bb6 20. Rad1 Qe7
21. Kh1 Raf8 22. c4 Qf7 23. c5 Bxc5 24. Qd2 Bxe4
25. dxe4 Rxf3 26. gxf3 Qxf3+ 27. Kg1 Qxh3 28. Qd5+ Rf7
29. Bxe5 g4 30. Qe6 dxe5 31. Rd8+ Bf8 32. Qg6+ Rg7
33. Qe6+ Kh8 34. Qf5 Qf3 35. Qxf3 gxf3+ 36. Kh1 Kg8
37. Rg1 Rxg1+ 38. Kxg1 Ng5 39. Re8 Nxe4 40. Rxe5 Nd2
41. Re6 Nxb3 42. Re3 Nd2 43. Rd3 Bb4 44. Rd7 c5
45. Ra7 a5 46. Rb7 c4 47. Rxb5 c3 48. bxc3 Bxc3
49. Rc5 Bb4 50. Rh5 Kg7 51. Rxh4 Kf6 52. Kh2 Ke5
53. Kg3 Kd5 54. Kf4 Kd4 55. Kg3+ Kc3 56. Rh8 a4
57. Rc8+ Kb3 58. Kf4 a3 59. Ke3 a2 60. Ra8 Kb2
61. Kd3 a1=Q 62. Rxa1 Kxa1 63. Kc2 Ka2 64. Kd3 Kb3
65. Ke3 Kc2 66. Kf4 Kd1 67. Kg3 Ke1 68. Kg4 Kxf2
69. Kh3 Kg1 70. Kg3 f2 71. Kh3 f1=Q+ 72. Kg3 Qf5
73. Kh4 Qg6 74. Kh3 Kf2 75. Kh4 Kf3 76. Kh3 Qg3#
Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 3 weeks ago

Applying basics of positional play into practice in my training games sessions


Sriram M

Sriram M 3 weeks ago

Here is a game I played with Scotch.

- This was one of the "good variations" where Black castles queenside and doesn't castle into White's attack.

-This was a 30-0 classical game in an online tournament.

Sriram M

Sriram M 3 weeks ago

Here is another game from the same online tournament, except this time I played against a higher-rated player than last time.  It's an Accelerated Dragon. I took all his pawns at the end :) .

Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 3 weeks ago

Imp. of knowing opening. He missed Nge7 then I play imp. Bb3 not allowing any d5 and I will follow up with e5 after d5. then Be3 Bf2 and Bh4, But he forgot e5 is a blunder and I won.


Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 3 weeks ago

Chong Hao Ern

Chong Hao Ern 3 weeks ago

Sicilian Defense - Najdorf 
Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 3 weeks ago

Attacks and counterattacks in scotch


Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 3 weeks ago

Lost this one but I loved the concepts of dynamic. Applying basics here. Line of Bxd6 acc. to engine is lost for me but I loved to apply Nx6 concepts here


Robert Jober

Robert Jober 3 weeks ago

Caro-Kann 45m+45s game.  Used chessmood opening. Got advantage and won. Was a bit lucky as both myself and oponent have missed the intermediate Ng8 move, that would lead to drawish ending. 

ChessMood 2 weeks ago

till plewe

till plewe 3 weeks ago

My first ever Benko gambit:


Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 3 weeks ago

Crushed Sicilian Sidelines


Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 3 weeks ago

Openings violation then win