Hello ChessMood family, hello champions and future champions!
Welcome to the best games of the July contest.
Under this post, we invite you to post your best games that you will play in June.
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 July:
1st place - Koek Woltek
2nd place- Abhi Yadav
3rd place -Jeffrey Cobb
4th place- Arman Shahzamani
5th places - Kourush Asgari
In ths game I was losing but then I tried hard until he blundered and I won!
A game I played as white and gave opponent no chance! I had 98.5 accuracy in this blitz game!!
This was blitz and I was black! I gave my opponent no chance at all and won in a rook ending!
This game I was black and was always under control the position!
I gave no chance to my opponent and got an accuracy of 98.3!!
I was black and got 97 accuracy! A game which ended with a nice tactical shot with Nd4! :D
89.4 accuracy and always had the advantage! I played white in this game!
A wonderful game where I gave a Greek Gift sacrifice!!
Never Give Up gave me another winning point. After castles I should have taken on c6 with bishop then Qe1 but I forgot it and i lost a piece then I remembered two lines. Complicate position in SLP and Never give up and I complicated so much position for him and then I won in style using my tactics and his hanging and lack of coordinated pieces. Another point is I exploited so well his dark squares. Now he will always remember gxf5 will be a bad move heheehe.
Super and quick knockout. When he played g6 I was like Yum Yum. Then he played Qxc5 and I played Nd5 instantly and he was like can i grab the pawn like yasser seirawan then he thought no lets play d6 and see and I was like hurray finally I trapped one guy with Bb5 trap line hehehe.
e6 seriously then coach's move e5!!! Crushed him by giving him no counterplay
I wanted to play Kramnik's Qe6N but I forgot it during I played so I played Bb7 and I know plans for white but hoping to mess up something and then I messed up but still won a super wild game.
I just started playing 3/2 instead of 5 minute blitz on chess.com and had this nice game. I just kept up the pressure till he cracked!
Another good game at 3/2! My opponent played the French Defense, and I demonstrated why that is a bad idea to play against a ChessMood Pro member! (And I didnt even need to trap his knight like Kevin Hall!! Love ya Brother! haha)
Funny thing about this game is that the structure is like alapin in the queen side after c4 and white is winning in the queenside and his whole game is based on making a passed pawn on the c file. As an amazing alapin player I know the power of queenside majority which evgeny sveshnikov showed in his brilliant alapin games against gms.
Take a look at this educational game. You may learn something. Its not a game of svesnikov but still I love it. You can use it for middlegame purpose. I am not able to post pgn i do not know why so sending cbv file