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This is a common question that I hear when streaming. I would like to offer my top ten reasons why I don’t resign chess games. I am not a Grandmaster. There are too many positions that I haven’t seen. You can’t possibly win a game by giving up. Losing is Learning. Despite the fact that […]
Today, I share a game that I lost. This game was played by Jason Pierre Sweeney and had several awesome moments. I hope you enjoy.
The tricky knight is my favorite chess piece. It is often an underutilized piece and stepchild to the bishop. However, it is the one piece that can be often be an equalizer. Even if you are down material, don’t count yourself out if you have a knight wandering the board.
This game was over in 16 moves and will begin the miniature series. Thanks for viewing.
In this game I demonstrate an absolute pin win against a 2000+ rated player.
I played the black pieces against a 2100+ player. The game was fairly straight forward, so I was quite surprised to see the computer evaluation. I believe this might be my highest accuracy score to date.
I have always been told the best way to refute a gambit is to accept it. Here we see a Nimzowitsch Defense Declined Colorado Countergambit Accepted. A mouthful to say the least. I actually saw this same opening twice from my expert ranked opponent. Both times he lost.
Here is another combination attack. How many different threats can you spot?