04 October 2012

Happy world animal day!

Hello dear followers and fans and critics!! Here are two games I played on my sister's computer against the dangerous computer program Chess Titans when my own computer broke down and I was in dire need of some chess vitamins.

First game (level 8)

Not sure why it all went haywire. Probably the thing doesn't like threefold repetitions. I could probably have carried out that attack more dashingly too... not the best effort from either side, I lost the thread somewhere. I discovered that I had inadvertedly played against level 8 instead of against full force level 10, so I adjusted the settings, which the thing took as an excuse to take forever for every lousy move... leading to this game:

Play online chess

OK, good for my ego anyway, as I've been playing really quite dreadful unambitious-looking chess these months (with the occasional bright moment resulting in a win, but overall nothing of special importance - nor good enough to share). Despite everything, I played one nice Najdorf attack after an incorrect novelty from my side (of course I didn't know it was still theory) against a French IM, but it seems I dislocated the gamescore migrating the data from my old loyal laptop to my new one! Too bad. ...But!! Especially for you here's an attempted reconstruction with admittedly probably not the most accurate move order:
[update: I found the real game after all. I played it on the second day I possessed my new laptop. And what a beauty it is!]

Play chess online

That's it! I hope you enjoyed! Please leave me a message (semi-anonymously) saying how much you miss my blogging! Hugs'n'Kisses all!


  1. I missed your blogging !

    Good to see you around and about, I'll celebrate later with an in-season bok bier !

  2. Yes - a very clever game, well spotted with Rxa2. I would like to maybe put a link to this game from my Blog www.chess-tactician.blogspot.com with your permission?

  3. Hi, somehow I missed that new comments were posted. Greg_b: of course! Any form of positive e-attention is welcome! :)