Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Basic Checkmating Pattern for Bullet Games

I played a five1 minute-games awhile ago against this guy from I-don't-know-where and after winning two in a row, he returned the favor and beat me twice in a row too. I gave him some pleasantries when I observed that he was kind'a cheating and expectedly, he returned the favor too. So to stop all the whining of the guy, we played a our 5th deciding game and I won. I left the playing room when he started typing words which I cannot include in any of my posts here.

Truly, 1 minute games ain't good for the weak of hearts and low morals!

This was the first game we had:

[Event "ChessCube Game"]
[Site ""]
[Date "2011.08.17"]
[Round "-"]
[White ""]
[Black ""]
[Result "1-0"]
[WhiteElo "1959"]
[BlackElo "2053"]
[Time "14:36:20"]
[TimeControl "60"]

1. e4  g6 2. f3  Bg7 3. Bc4  h6 4. c3  e6 5. d4  d6 6. Bb3  a6 7. Be3  b6 8. Nd2  Bb7 9. Ne2  Ne7 10. Bc2  Qd7 11. Bd3  Nbc6 12. O-O  Nb8 13. f4  Ng8 14. f5  g5 15. fxe6  fxe6 16. e5  Nc6 17. Bg6+  Kd8 18. Rf8+  Bxf8 19. exd6  Bxd6 20. Ne4  Kc8 21. N2g3  Kb8 22. Qb3  Ka7 23. c4  Rf8 24. c5  Bxg3 25. cxb6+  cxb6 26. hxg3  Nf6 27. d5  exd5 28. Qxb6+  Ka8 29. Nc5  Qd8 30. Qxb7#   1-0

You can watch it here.

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