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Date: 10 Dec 2008 08:30:59
From: Sanny
Subject: Best game by Wlod.
Wlod played with Baby level. It was a game of huge sacrifices.

At First wlod gave a pawn sacrifice on move 8.

On move 15th Wlod gave sacrifice of its Bishop for a pawn.

Now GetClub was a pawn up.

On move 21 Wlod sacrifice his Rook for Bishop.

Now GetClub was up by a Rook.

Then on 26th move Wlod found Mate. It was a quick win by sacrificing a
Rook.

Game Played between wlod and baby at GetClub.com

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wlod: (White)
baby: (Black)
Game Played at: http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html
View Recorded Game: http://www.getclub.com/playgame.php?id=DM33403&game=Chess
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White -- Black
(wlod) -- (baby)

1. e2-e4{12} e7-e5{0}
2. f2-f4{4} Bf8-c5{0}
3. Ng1-f3{4} d7-d6{0}
4. c2-c3{4} Bc5-b6{0}
5. d2-d4{2} Ng8-f6{2}
6. Bf1-d3{8} d6-d5{0}
7. e4-d5{12} e5-f4{2}
8. Ke1-g1{6} Nf6-d5{2}
9. Rf1-e1{6} Ke8-f8{4}
10. c3-c4{10} Nd5-f6{2}
11. Bc1-f4{18} Qd8-d7{2}
12. Kg1-h1{10} Bb6-d4{2}
13. Nf3-d4{12} Qd7-d4{0}
14. Bf4-e5{8} Qd4-d8{2}
15. Nb1-c3{10} Nf6-d7{0}
16. Be5-g7{26} Kf8-g7{2}
17. Qd1-g4{4} Kg7-f8{2}
18. Qg4-h5{14} Nd7-b6{2}
19. Qh5-h6{6} Kf8-g8{2}
20. Re1-e4{14} Bc8-f5{2}
21. Nc3-d5{46} Nb6-d5{2}
22. c4-d5{8} Bf5-e4{0}
23. Bd3-e4{4} Qd8-d7{2}
24. Ra1-e1{18} Qd7-b5{2}
25. b2-b3{12} Qb5-c5{0}
26. Be4-h7{22} Rh8-h7{0}
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wlod: (White)
baby: (Black)
Game Played at: http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html
View Recorded Game: http://www.getclub.com/playgame.php?id=DM33403&game=Chess

Well Played. Was this win due to good luck or you really gave these
sacrifices and win in just 26 moves.

Bye
Sanny

Play Chess at: http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html




 
Date: 12 Dec 2008 00:49:40
From: Wlodzimierz Holsztynski (Wlod)
Subject: Re: Best game by Wlod.
On Dec 11, 6:40 pm, MeaningWhat <m...@mq.net > wrote:

> Dude, this is sooo fragged. Your most famous game..
> you practically owe it everybody here to send one of your more
> satisfying gaming experiences.

Dude, I have posted a couple of my games
on rgc* in the past. I mostly lose scores
of my games, including the best of mine,
while I still have some, a random subset.
Here is one, played on ICC. Most likely
my opponent was a computer program--it made
each of its first three moves in 0 seconds.
I don't think that I ever made a move on
Internet in sec. or extremely rarely.

I really won this game quite early, and the rest
of the game was just a dutiful finishing off my
opponent i a won position. Perhaps it's not exciting
to you, dude. Later I may find something more
interesting but perhaps there is no real interest in
the games of low rated amateurs like me. Of course
the ratings in the header of the game are ICC ratings.
On ICC one would get several ratings, one for each
category of the game.

Regards, dude,

Wlod

*********************************

obcy (1829) vs. Trueno (1976) --- 2004.07.25 07:54:26
Rated Standard match, initial time: 15 minutes, increment: 0 seconds

1. e4 (0:02) e6 (0:00)
2. d4 (0:03) d5 (0:00)
3. Nc3 (0:04) Bb4 (0:00)
4. e5 (0:04) Bxc3+ (0:23)
5. bxc3 (0:03) Ne7 (0:25)
6. Qg4 (0:06) O-O (0:28)
7. Bd3 (0:21) Bd7 (0:23)
8. Bg5 (0:05) Nbc6 (0:24)
9. Qh4 (0:24) h6 (0:20)
10. Nf3 (0:25) Re8 (0:23)
11. Bxh6 (0:20) gxh6 (0:18)
12. Qxh6 (0:04) Nf5 (0:20)
13. Bxf5 (0:09) exf5 (0:20)
14. Ng5 (0:05) Nxe5 (0:17)
15. dxe5 (0:34) Rxe5+ (0:16)
16. Kd2 (0:01) Be6 (0:19)
17. Qh7+ (0:22) Kf8 (0:19)
18. Qh8+ (0:06) Ke7 (0:20)
19. Qxe5 (0:08) Kd7 (0:17)
20. Nxe6 (0:39) fxe6 (0:17)
21. Qg7+ (0:08) Kd6 (0:15)
22. h4 (0:02) Qg8 (0:15)
23. Qxg8 (0:05) Rxg8 (0:15)
24. Rag1 (0:13) e5 (0:14)
25. h5 (0:02) Rh8 (0:17)
26. h6 (0:02) Rh7 (0:15)
27. g4 (0:02) fxg4 (0:13)
28. Rxg4 (0:03) Ke7 (0:14)
29. Rg7+ (0:14) Rxg7 (0:15)
30. hxg7 (0:02) Kf7 (0:10)
31. Rg1 (0:01) Kg8 (0:13)
32. Ke3 (0:14) c6 (0:15)
33. c4 (0:08) b6 (0:18)
34. cxd5 (0:10) cxd5 (0:10)
35. c3 (0:08) b5 (0:11)
36. Rg5 (0:03) a5 (0:10)
37. Rxe5 (0:02) Kxg7 (0:10)
38. Rxd5 (0:01) b4 (0:10)
39. Rxa5 (0:34) bxc3 (0:12)
40. Kd3 (0:04) Kf6 (0:10)
41. Kxc3 (0:02) Ke7 (0:10)
42. Rd5 (0:05) Kf6 (0:08)
43. a4 (0:04) Ke7 (0:10)
44. a5 (0:02) Ke6 (0:08)
45. Kc4 (0:02) Kf7 (0:09)
46. a6 (0:05) Ke6 (0:00)
47. a7 (0:02) Kf7 (0:00)
48. a8=Q (0:02) Ke7 (0:00)
49. Qc6 (0:05) Kf8 (0:00)
50. Rd7 (0:03) Kg8 (0:00)
51. Qc8# (0:03)
{Black checkmated} 1-0


 
Date: 12 Dec 2008 00:19:48
From: Wlodzimierz Holsztynski (Wlod)
Subject: Re: Best game by Wlod.
On Dec 11, 9:24 pm, Sanny <softtank...@hotmail.com > wrote:

> you should analyze your moves carefully
> on the "Big Board".
>
> You can find "Big Board" Button on side of "Flip" Button.
>
> Bye
> Sanny
>
> Play Chess at:http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html

Why the necessity of 2 boards instead of one?

Also, is there any feedback telling the user that
her/his move is accepted? I didn't see any, so
I tried to make the same move more than once, and
the board was getting messy. Some mishap has happened
during the game, some nonsense.

Sanny, thank you for your responsiveness :-)

Wlod


 
Date: 11 Dec 2008 21:24:51
From: Sanny
Subject: Re: Best game by Wlod.
On Dec 12, 4:45=A0am, "Wlodzimierz Holsztynski (Wlod)"
<sennaj...@gmail.com > wrote:
> On Dec 11, 3:29 am, Offramp <alaneobr...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > The game in proper pgn style.
>
> How ironic. Despite my low rating I played some good
> games during my chess life, and it has to be this one
> which has received the most public attention. The
> GetClub interface is awful. One cannot even adjust
> the size of the board (I need a large board to see
> tactics).

You can choose : Big Board to analyze a position. Click the Button
"Big Board" After analysing your move, then you can play your move in
small board.

I just tried to get to GetClub again.
> It froze my Mac for a while, then suddenly a position
> popped on the scree, out of context. I didn't know what
> this was about. Then I looked at the position. Oh, it
> was from the previous game between GetClub and me
> which GetClub rudely broke. So, I guess, I should
> play it now. I tried my best, my most patient. I see
> pieces replicated, I have no idea whether or not GetClub
> has accepted my move, and strange things are happening
> on the board.

There was a Old game I have now removed that game. Now you can start a
new game without any trouble.

I suggest you play with Beginner & Easy Levels and think a lot on each
move so that you do not do any blunder. And also since Beginner & Easy
plays very strong you should analyze your moves carefully on the "Big
Board".

You can find "Big Board" Button on side of "Flip" Button.

Bye
Sanny

Play Chess at: http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html


 
Date: 11 Dec 2008 15:45:59
From: Wlodzimierz Holsztynski (Wlod)
Subject: Re: Best game by Wlod.
On Dec 11, 3:29 am, Offramp <alaneobr...@gmail.com > wrote:
> The game in proper pgn style.

How ironic. Despite my low rating I played some good
games during my chess life, and it has to be this one
which has received the most public attention. The
GetClub interface is awful. One cannot even adjust
the size of the board (I need a large board to see
tactics). I just tried to get to GetClub again.
It froze my Mac for a while, then suddenly a position
popped on the scree, out of context. I didn't know what
this was about. Then I looked at the position. Oh, it
was from the previous game between GetClub and me
which GetClub rudely broke. So, I guess, I should
play it now. I tried my best, my most patient. I see
pieces replicated, I have no idea whether or not GetClub
has accepted my move, and strange things are happening
on the board. Occasionally it looks like GetClub makes
a move. The whole scene is a mess. Finally I have enough
of this idiotism. I wonder why did I bother in the first
place. It's psychological, it has something to do with
being nice. Sanny is here, one of the fellow participants,
hence I kind of feel oblidged to try, to giv3e him a break.
So, despite so many places where one can play chess smoothly,
with pleasure and satisfaction, I play a masochist and try
GetClub. But I am not a masochist, and I won't be tempted
by GetClub anymore, my rgcm loyalty would be displaced :-)

I thought about commenting on the comments
but it seems to me that there are some typos
in your pgn, and they slowed me down. Perhaps
I'll come back later at a better time.

After slip of mouse It was hard to
force myself to continue the game.
From the frustration I couldn't
see much for a while.

Thank you for comments, regards,

Wlodek


  
Date: 12 Dec 2008 03:40:17
From: MeaningWhat
Subject: Re: Best game by Wlod.
Wlodzimierz Holsztynski (Wlod) schrieb:
> On Dec 11, 3:29 am, Offramp <alaneobr...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> The game in proper pgn style.
>
> How ironic. Despite my low rating I played some good
> games during my chess life, and it has to be this one
> which has received the most public attention.
Dude, this is sooo fragged. Your most famous game..
you practically owe it everybody here to send one of your more
satisfying gaming experiences.

The
> GetClub interface is awful. One cannot even adjust
> the size of the board (I need a large board to see
> tactics). I just tried to get to GetClub again.
> It froze my Mac for a while, then suddenly a position
> popped on the scree, out of context. I didn't know what
> this was about. Then I looked at the position. Oh, it
> was from the previous game between GetClub and me
> which GetClub rudely broke. So, I guess, I should
> play it now. I tried my best, my most patient. I see
> pieces replicated, I have no idea whether or not GetClub
> has accepted my move, and strange things are happening
> on the board. Occasionally it looks like GetClub makes
> a move. The whole scene is a mess. Finally I have enough
> of this idiotism. I wonder why did I bother in the first
> place. It's psychological, it has something to do with
> being nice. Sanny is here, one of the fellow participants,
> hence I kind of feel oblidged to try, to giv3e him a break.
> So, despite so many places where one can play chess smoothly,
> with pleasure and satisfaction, I play a masochist and try
> GetClub. But I am not a masochist, and I won't be tempted
> by GetClub anymore, my rgcm loyalty would be displaced :-)
>
> I thought about commenting on the comments
> but it seems to me that there are some typos
> in your pgn, and they slowed me down. Perhaps
> I'll come back later at a better time.
>
> After slip of mouse It was hard to
> force myself to continue the game.
> From the frustration I couldn't
> see much for a while.
>
> Thank you for comments, regards,
>
> Wlodek


  
Date: 12 Dec 2008 03:39:50
From: MeaningWhat
Subject: Re: Best game by Wlod.
Wlodzimierz Holsztynski (Wlod) schrieb:
> On Dec 11, 3:29 am, Offramp <alaneobr...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> The game in proper pgn style.
>
> How ironic. Despite my low rating I played some good
> games during my chess life, and it has to be this one
> which has received the most public attention.
Dude, this is sooo fragged. Your most famous game..
you practically owe it everybody here to send one of your more
satisfying gaming experiences.

>
> Wlodek


 
Date: 11 Dec 2008 05:52:59
From:
Subject: Re: Best game by Wlod.
On Dec 11, 4:29=A0pm, Offramp <alaneobr...@gmail.com > wrote:
> The game in proper pgn style.
>
> [Event "Getclub"]
> [Site "Getclub"]
> [Date "2008.12.08"]
> [Round "?"]
> [White "Holsztynski , Wlodzimierz"]
> [Black "Getclub, Baby level"]
> [Result "1-0"]
> [ECO "C30"]
> [Annotator ",Offramp"]
> [PlyCount "52"]
> [EventDate "2008.11.08"]
> [EventType "game"]
> [EventCountry "USA"]
> [SourceDate "2008.12.11"]
>
> 1. e4 e5 2. f4 {A clarion call} Bc5 {Black should take the pawn. In my
> experience he keeps the pawn and has the initiative} 3. Nf3 d6 4. c3
> Bb6 5. d4 Nf6 6. Bd3 d5 {When you are behind in development you should
> not open up the centre} 7. exd5 exf4 (7... e4 8. Qe2 Qe7 9. Bb5+ c6
> 10. d6 Qxd6 11. Bc4 O-O 12. Ne5 {looks good for white}) 8. O-O Nxd5 9.
> Re1+ Kf8 10. c4 Nf6 11. Bxf4 {White is winning} Qd7 {Why block in the
> bishop?} 12. Kh1 ({Surely} 12. Nc3 {is better?} Bxd4+ 13. Nxd4 Qxd4+
> 14. Be3 Qd6 15. Nb5 {and black looks in serious trouble}) 12... Bxd4
> 13. Nxd4 Qxd4 {This looks risky but there doesn't seem to be a
> knockout blow} 14. Be5 Qd8 15. Nc3 Nfd7 {A very bad move. There is
> just nothing right about it.} 16. Bxg7+ {Good one!} Kxg7 17. Qg4+ Kf8
> 18. Qh5 ({My very first thought was} 18. Nd5 {but} Rg8 (18... Nc5 19.
> Qd4) 19. Qf4 Nc6 {seems okay}) 18... Nb6 {Taking this defensive piece
> as far away as it can go. Black now has just a king and a rook on the
> whole 32 squares of the k-side} (18... Rg8 {was best}) 19. Qh6+ Kg8
> 20. Re4 {Oh dear. This move is so illogical that I think it must have
> been mouse slip. It is easy to do; he dropped the rook one square too
> far.} (20. Re3 {wins immediately}) 20... Bf5 21. Nd5 ({With} 21. Rf1
> Bxe4 22. Nxe4 {white would still be winning}) 21... Nxd5 {Now,
> amazingly, black is on top!} 22. cxd5 Bxe4 23. Bxe4 Qd7 {This move,
> which has no meaning, seems to be the only one which does not give
> black a large advantage. The knight needs access to d7. Also the black
> queen should avoid white squares. White's only hopes lie in placing a
> rook on e8 or g3} 24. Re1 Qb5 25. b3 {Gah! He takes time out to rescue
> the b-pawn! Now black can draw} (25. Bd3 Qd7 26. Re3 {wins}) 25... Qc5
> (25... Nd7 26. Qg5+ Kf8 27. Qh6+ Kg8 {=3D}) (25... Qd7 {??} 26. Re3
> {wins}) 26. Bxh7+ {Yes! Humans rule!} Rxh7 1-0

Good analysis.

Bye
Sanny

Play Chess at: http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html


 
Date: 11 Dec 2008 03:29:55
From: Offramp
Subject: Re: Best game by Wlod.
The game in proper pgn style.

[Event "Getclub"]
[Site "Getclub"]
[Date "2008.12.08"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Holsztynski , Wlodzimierz"]
[Black "Getclub, Baby level"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "C30"]
[Annotator ",Offramp"]
[PlyCount "52"]
[EventDate "2008.11.08"]
[EventType "game"]
[EventCountry "USA"]
[SourceDate "2008.12.11"]

1. e4 e5 2. f4 {A clarion call} Bc5 {Black should take the pawn. In my
experience he keeps the pawn and has the initiative} 3. Nf3 d6 4. c3
Bb6 5. d4 Nf6 6. Bd3 d5 {When you are behind in development you should
not open up the centre} 7. exd5 exf4 (7... e4 8. Qe2 Qe7 9. Bb5+ c6
10. d6 Qxd6 11. Bc4 O-O 12. Ne5 {looks good for white}) 8. O-O Nxd5 9.
Re1+ Kf8 10. c4 Nf6 11. Bxf4 {White is winning} Qd7 {Why block in the
bishop?} 12. Kh1 ({Surely} 12. Nc3 {is better?} Bxd4+ 13. Nxd4 Qxd4+
14. Be3 Qd6 15. Nb5 {and black looks in serious trouble}) 12... Bxd4
13. Nxd4 Qxd4 {This looks risky but there doesn't seem to be a
knockout blow} 14. Be5 Qd8 15. Nc3 Nfd7 {A very bad move. There is
just nothing right about it.} 16. Bxg7+ {Good one!} Kxg7 17. Qg4+ Kf8
18. Qh5 ({My very first thought was} 18. Nd5 {but} Rg8 (18... Nc5 19.
Qd4) 19. Qf4 Nc6 {seems okay}) 18... Nb6 {Taking this defensive piece
as far away as it can go. Black now has just a king and a rook on the
whole 32 squares of the k-side} (18... Rg8 {was best}) 19. Qh6+ Kg8
20. Re4 {Oh dear. This move is so illogical that I think it must have
been mouse slip. It is easy to do; he dropped the rook one square too
far.} (20. Re3 {wins immediately}) 20... Bf5 21. Nd5 ({With} 21. Rf1
Bxe4 22. Nxe4 {white would still be winning}) 21... Nxd5 {Now,
amazingly, black is on top!} 22. cxd5 Bxe4 23. Bxe4 Qd7 {This move,
which has no meaning, seems to be the only one which does not give
black a large advantage. The knight needs access to d7. Also the black
queen should avoid white squares. White's only hopes lie in placing a
rook on e8 or g3} 24. Re1 Qb5 25. b3 {Gah! He takes time out to rescue
the b-pawn! Now black can draw} (25. Bd3 Qd7 26. Re3 {wins}) 25... Qc5
(25... Nd7 26. Qg5+ Kf8 27. Qh6+ Kg8 {=}) (25... Qd7 {??} 26. Re3
{wins}) 26. Bxh7+ {Yes! Humans rule!} Rxh7 1-0


 
Date: 10 Dec 2008 21:44:54
From: Sanny
Subject: Re: Best game by Wlod... er, not
> =A0 Sanny, your Baby level is simply not
> good enough to play decent chess, at
> two seconds per move. =A0 Better to look
> over some of GetClub's better games--
> likely its games on Advance or Master
> level. =A0 Unfortunately, few players will
> have the patience to endure such
> levels.

You skipped the Beginner & Easy Levels which play in 10-20 sec / move
and 40-60 sec / move respectively.

Playing Easy Level is very difficult and it plays in 1 min / move.

Bye
Sanny

Play Chess at: http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html


 
Date: 10 Dec 2008 19:55:34
From: help bot
Subject: Best game by Wlod... er, not
On Dec 10, 11:30=A0am, Sanny <softta...@hotmail.com > wrote:

> Wlod played with Baby level. It was a game of huge sacrifices.
>
> At First wlod gave a pawn sacrifice on move 8.


In this kind of position, it is a mistake to take
the f4 pawn with the intention of trying to hold
onto it. Obviously, Black ought to have tried
7. ...e4 instead.


> On move 15th Wlod gave sacrifice of its Bishop for a pawn.
>
> Now GetClub was a pawn up.


It was on move sixteen that White needlessly
sacrificed his Bishop for a couple of spite-
checks (what fun).


> On move 21 Wlod sacrifice his Rook for Bishop.
>
> Now GetClub was up by a Rook.


That was not a sacrifice; it was a hang.
Why weak players have so much trouble
distinguishing these things escapes me.


> Then on 26th move Wlod found Mate.


This much is correct.

--

White generally had the better of it up to
move eighteen, when Black found the
horrific move ...Nb6.

Then, as Mr. Wlod explained, White let
slip his Rook on the wrong square, and
after the subsequent errors, 21. Nd5 and
22. cxd5, Black was simply winning.

However, there followed -- for the
second time -- the awful ...Qd7, and the
worse still ...Qb5 (which loses outright to
the obvious move, Bd3). Mr. Wlod erred
again with the silly move p-b3, and Black
was, miraculously, back in the game.

Unfortunately, the GetClub program is
steadfast in its refusal to develop more
than one or two pieces, so we saw yet
another senseless Queen move,
resulting in an obvious back-rank mate.


Sanny, your Baby level is simply not
good enough to play decent chess, at
two seconds per move. Better to look
over some of GetClub's better games--
likely its games on Advance or Master
level. Unfortunately, few players will
have the patience to endure such
levels.


-- help bot








 
Date: 10 Dec 2008 10:45:40
From: Wlodzimierz Holsztynski (Wlod)
Subject: Re: Best game by Wlod.
On Dec 10, 8:30 am, Sanny <softta...@hotmail.com > wrote:

The title of Sanny's post is silly, and the game
was silly. I am sooo rusty, it was my first game
in a long time. After difficulties with the GetClub
interface, and after 4am it was just foolish to
play. GetClub played some meaningless moves so I was
in good shape. Then I overshot my move, I meant
20.Re3, but of course, but somehow I clicked off (?)
and got my rook on e4. A few moves later, when I
was about to checkmate the GetClub it broke the game,
which is quite unpleasant. I didn't know what to think
about GetClub manners. It did the same in the next game!
Suddenly the game is over.

> Wlod played with Baby level. It was a game of huge sacrifices.
>
> At First wlod gave a pawn sacrifice on move 8.
>
> On move 15th Wlod gave sacrifice of its Bishop for a pawn.
>
> Now GetClub was a pawn up.
>
> On move 21 Wlod sacrifice his Rook for Bishop.

:-) As I have mentioned, it was
a result of frustration. I meant 20.Re3. Then
perhaps 21.Rae1 22.Rg3 mate, that was the threat
and something along this line was supposed to happen.

> Now GetClub was up by a Rook.
>
> Then on 26th move Wlod found Mate. It was a quick win by sacrificing a
> Rook.
>
> Game Played between wlod and baby at GetClub.com


Sunny, it's not a big deal, it's ok that you have posted
my foolish game but it would be still nice if you asked
me first in private. I was way too sleepy to say more
about the game except to repeat that while I more or
less was routinely developing my pieces, GetClub made
a couple of moves which to me had no meaning. In King's
Gambit it is not advisable to play like this, each
moves counts, as I learned by losing some tournament
games with KG (while overall I had a plus score I think).

Regards,

Wlod

> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> wlod: (White)
> baby: (Black)
> Game Played at:http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html
> View Recorded Game:http://www.getclub.com/playgame.php?id=DM33403&game=Chess
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> White -- Black
> (wlod) -- (baby)
>
> 1. e2-e4{12} e7-e5{0}
> 2. f2-f4{4} Bf8-c5{0}
> 3. Ng1-f3{4} d7-d6{0}
> 4. c2-c3{4} Bc5-b6{0}
> 5. d2-d4{2} Ng8-f6{2}
> 6. Bf1-d3{8} d6-d5{0}
> 7. e4-d5{12} e5-f4{2}
> 8. Ke1-g1{6} Nf6-d5{2}
> 9. Rf1-e1{6} Ke8-f8{4}
> 10. c3-c4{10} Nd5-f6{2}
> 11. Bc1-f4{18} Qd8-d7{2}
> 12. Kg1-h1{10} Bb6-d4{2}
> 13. Nf3-d4{12} Qd7-d4{0}
> 14. Bf4-e5{8} Qd4-d8{2}
> 15. Nb1-c3{10} Nf6-d7{0}
> 16. Be5-g7{26} Kf8-g7{2}
> 17. Qd1-g4{4} Kg7-f8{2}
> 18. Qg4-h5{14} Nd7-b6{2}
> 19. Qh5-h6{6} Kf8-g8{2}
> 20. Re1-e4{14} Bc8-f5{2}
> 21. Nc3-d5{46} Nb6-d5{2}
> 22. c4-d5{8} Bf5-e4{0}
> 23. Bd3-e4{4} Qd8-d7{2}
> 24. Ra1-e1{18} Qd7-b5{2}
> 25. b2-b3{12} Qb5-c5{0}
> 26. Be4-h7{22} Rh8-h7{0}
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> wlod: (White)
> baby: (Black)
> Game Played at:http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html
> View Recorded Game:http://www.getclub.com/playgame.php?id=DM33403&game=Chess
>
> Well Played. Was this win due to good luck or you really gave these
> sacrifices and win in just 26 moves.
>
> Bye
> Sanny
>
> Play Chess at:http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html



 
Date: 10 Dec 2008 10:23:31
From: None
Subject: Re: Best game by Wlod.
On Dec 10, 1:18=A0pm, Sanny <softta...@hotmail.com > wrote:
> > Have you ever considered analyzing your stupid engine's games with
> > another program that actually plays good chess? If so, you might have
> > been able to discover for yourself that Baby walked into a Mate in 3
> > in a drawish position.
>
> Baby thinks for just 2 sec / move so may be it missed that move.
>
> Beginner & Easy Levels would have played better game.
>
> Bye
> Sanny
>
> Play Chess =A0at:http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html

Spammmmmmerrrrrrrr


 
Date: 10 Dec 2008 10:18:08
From: Sanny
Subject: Re: Best game by Wlod.
> Have you ever considered analyzing your stupid engine's games with
> another program that actually plays good chess? If so, you might have
> been able to discover for yourself that Baby walked into a Mate in 3
> in a drawish position.

Baby thinks for just 2 sec / move so may be it missed that move.

Beginner & Easy Levels would have played better game.

Bye
Sanny

Play Chess at: http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html


 
Date: 10 Dec 2008 10:14:26
From:
Subject: Re: Best game by Wlod.
On Dec 10, 8:30=A0am, Sanny <softta...@hotmail.com > wrote:
> Was this win due to good luck or you really gave these
> sacrifices and win in just 26 moves.

Have you ever considered analyzing your stupid engine's games with
another program that actually plays good chess? If so, you might have
been able to discover for yourself that Baby walked into a Mate in 3
in a drawish position.

Damn, Sanny, you're hopeless.

jm


 
Date: 10 Dec 2008 17:52:46
From: Stephan Bird
Subject: Re: Best game by Wlod.
On Wed, 10 Dec 2008 08:30:59 -0800 in
5363148a-cd65-4059-a71e-6543e469625c@s1g2000prg.googlegroups.com, Sanny
<softtanks@hotmail.com > wrote:

> Wlod played with Baby level. It was a game of huge sacrifices.
>
> At First wlod gave a pawn sacrifice on move 8.
>
> On move 15th Wlod gave sacrifice of its Bishop for a pawn.
>
> Now GetClub was a pawn up.
>
> On move 21 Wlod sacrifice his Rook for Bishop.
>
> Now GetClub was up by a Rook.


I thought you said in <1b4a5e10-76e2-4821-b00a-
feac50779b5e@i20g2000prf.googlegroups.com > that you were not a slave to the
pawn=1, bishop; knight=3; rook=5; queen=9 mentality and not thinking that just
because you have material equality that the game is equal.

Or is this a re-introduced bug?

Stephan



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