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Alas. A game which should’ve been won. However, I am playing on this website which shows advertisements all the time. The advertisements, with my poor connection, cause an awesome amount of lag in my games. I can barely even move the pieces when I am in a time scramble. Alas, the result was a drawn … Continue reading "My draw against an International Master from Chile."
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This game went pretty well for me. Black bringing the bishop out early to c5 has never really posed a huge problem for me. Particularly in slow games, when I can figure out how to blunt the pressure of the bishop along the g1-a7 diagonal. My opponent’s handling of the opening seemed to leave something … Continue reading "My victory against a Fide master, playing the English Opening."
I am looking over this game, using my analysis engine. Of course, it's often difficult to find the best move in a blitz game of 3 minutes. However, my instinct told me that the endgame was winning for me. Maybe one of my guests can point out the best choice for black in the endgame. … Continue reading "A Draw I obtained against a grandmaster."