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Deconcentrated baghelsagar (1916) lost against Tawamba
Today I won player baghelsagar in rapid 10 minute Lichess game. Opponent had greater rating than me for more than 100 points, but was deconcentrated and had also clock problems near the end. He helped me to reach 1800 rating again. Game started with Rui Lopez Columbus variation. 1 e4 e5 2 Nf3 Nc6 3 Bb5 a6 4 Ba4 Be7 5 O-O d6 6 d4 exd4 7 Nxd4 Bd7 8 Bxc6 bxc6 9 c3 Nf6 10 Bg5 h6 11 Bh4 O-O 12 Nd2 c5 13 N4f3 Re8 He attacked Knight with his Bishop, but refused to do exchange. Later he pushed d Pawn but I managed to defend myself. After exchange I ended up with doubled Pawns on c line, but with nice pair of Bishops. At this stage I was looking at e4 Pawn thinking how to remove it, but noticed that Knight might be in danger after. That is why I pulled Rook do e8. He could push e Pawn down, but he decided to move h Pawn instead. I also noticed his dark Bishop will be under fire after I remove his e4 Pawn with my Knight. He noticed that too and initiated Bishop exchange. 14 h3 Nxe4 15 Bxe7 Rxe7 16 Nxe4 Rxe4 17 Qc2 Re8 18 Rfe1 Qf6 19 Re2 Bxh3 Now I could remove his h Pawn with Bishop. He can't remove my Bishop because I will remove his Knight after. He decided to try to double Rooks, but I initiated Rook exchange. I don't like double Rocks on empty line that is to much power. I retreated with Bishop and he moved his Queen forward trying to gain Pawn. I decided to give him c Pawn because he is doubled and to try to get his a Pawn with Queen. I was also keen to protect rest of right flank Pawns with my Bishop and after he offered Queen exchange in attempt to hold a Pawn. He could try some attack with Knight and Queen. It would be quite dangerous for me. Fortunately he didn't. 20 Rae1 Rxe2 21 Qxe2 Bd7 22 Qe4 Re8 23 Qb7 Rxe1+ 24 Nxe1 Bb5 25 Qxc7 Qe6 26 Nf3 Qxa2 27 Qxd6 c4 28 Qa3 Qxa3 29 bxa3 f6 30 Nd4 Kf7 31 f4 g5 32 f5 h5 33 Kf2 h4 I have extra Pawn and should try to win this game. For that I would need some King maneuver. I made few mistakes here, but at the end I got what I wanted and that was his c Pawn. I think I can prevent his Pawns from promoting, while he need to sacrifice his Knight for my c Pawn. He made one smart move which could make King - Queen double attack with Knight but that was to obvious and I didn't bite it. After that game was practically over, he run into clock problems, but was in losing position anyway. After I removed his f Pawn game was over. He didn't surrender but let clock fall to 0. 34 Kf3 Ke7 35 Ke4 Kd6 36 Kf3 Ke5 37 g4 Ba4 38 Kg2 Bd1 39 Kh3 Kf4 40 Ne6+ Ke4 41 Nc5+ Ke3 42 Nxa6 Kd3 43 Nc5+ Kxc3 44 Ne4+ Kb2 I think he could play smarter at this stage.Maybe if he tried to push a or f Pawn he could do something, but I think even than I would be faster in promoting and once Queen gets out it is big advantage. 45 Nxf6 c3 46 Nd5 c2 47 Nb4 Kxa3 48 Nxc2+ Bxc2 49 f6 Bb3 50 f7 Bxf7 That is how it looked at the end when his clock ran out of time. Bishop mastered Knight once more and I mastered rating of 1800 again. You can watch entire game here.
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svarogbgupdated
Deconcentrated baghelsagar (1916) lost against Tawamba
Today I won player baghelsagar in rapid 10 minute Lichess game. Opponent had greater rating than me for more than 100 points, but was deconcentrated and had also clock problems near the end. He helped me to reach 1800 rating again. Game started with Rui Lopez Columbus variation. 1 e4 e5 2 Nf3 Nc6 3 Bb5 a6 4 Ba4 Be7 5 O-O d6 6 d4 exd4 7 Nxd4 Bd7 8 Bxc6 bxc6 9 c3 Nf6 10 Bg5 h6 11 Bh4 O-O 12 Nd2 c5 13 N4f3 Re8 He attacked Knight with his Bishop, but refused to do exchange. Later he pushed d Pawn but I managed to defend myself. After exchange I ended up with doubled Pawns on c line, but with nice pair of Bishops. At this stage I was looking at e4 Pawn thinking how to remove it, but noticed that Knight might be in danger after. That is why I pulled Rook do e8. He could push e Pawn down, but he decided to move h Pawn instead. I also noticed his dark Bishop will be under fire after I remove his e4 Pawn with my Knight. He noticed that too and initiated Bishop exchange. 14 h3 Nxe4 15 Bxe7 Rxe7 16 Nxe4 Rxe4 17 Qc2 Re8 18 Rfe1 Qf6 19 Re2 Bxh3 Now I could remove his h Pawn with Bishop. He can't remove my Bishop because I will remove his Knight after. He decided to try to double Rooks, but I initiated Rook exchange. I don't like double Rocks on empty line that is to much power. I retreated with Bishop and he moved his Queen forward trying to gain Pawn. I decided to give him c Pawn because he is doubled and to try to get his a Pawn with Queen. I was also keen to protect rest of right flank Pawns with my Bishop and after he offered Queen exchange in attempt to hold a Pawn. He could try some attack with Knight and Queen. It would be quite dangerous for me. Fortunately he didn't. 20 Rae1 Rxe2 21 Qxe2 Bd7 22 Qe4 Re8 23 Qb7 Rxe1+ 24 Nxe1 Bb5 25 Qxc7 Qe6 26 Nf3 Qxa2 27 Qxd6 c4 28 Qa3 Qxa3 29 bxa3 f6 30 Nd4 Kf7 31 f4 g5 32 f5 h5 33 Kf2 h4 I have extra Pawn and should try to win this game. For that I would need some King maneuver. I made few mistakes here, but at the end I got what I wanted and that was his c Pawn. I think I can prevent his Pawns from promoting, while he need to sacrifice his Knight for my c Pawn. He made one smart move which could make King - Queen double attack with Knight but that was to obvious and I didn't bite it. After that game was practically over, he run into clock problems, but was in losing position anyway. After I removed his f Pawn game was over. He didn't surrender but let clock fall to 0. 34 Kf3 Ke7 35 Ke4 Kd6 36 Kf3 Ke5 37 g4 Ba4 38 Kg2 Bd1 39 Kh3 Kf4 40 Ne6+ Ke4 41 Nc5+ Ke3 42 Nxa6 Kd3 43 Nc5+ Kxc3 44 Ne4+ Kb2 I think he could play smarter at this stage.Maybe if he tried to push a or f Pawn he could do something, but I think even than I would be faster in promoting and once Queen gets out it is big advantage. 45 Nxf6 c3 46 Nd5 c2 47 Nb4 Kxa3 48 Nxc2+ Bxc2 49 f6 Bb3 50 f7 Bxf7 That is how it looked at the end when his clock ran out of time. Bishop mastered Knight once more and I mastered rating of 1800 again. You can watch entire game here.
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svarogbgupdated
Deconcentrated baghelsagar (1916) lost against Tawamba
Today I won player baghelsagar in rapid 10 minute Lichess game. Opponent had greater rating than me for more than 100 points, but was deconcentrated and had also clock problems near the end. He helped me to reach 1800 rating again. Game started with Rui Lopez Columbus variation. 1 e4 e5 2 Nf3 Nc6 3 Bb5 a6 4 Ba4 Be7 5 O-O d6 6 d4 exd4 7 Nxd4 Bd7 8 Bxc6 bxc6 9 c3 Nf6 10 Bg5 h6 11 Bh4 O-O 12 Nd2 c5 13 N4f3 Re8 He attacked Knight with his Bishop, but refused to do exchange. Later he pushed d Pawn but I managed to defend myself. After exchange I ended up with doubled Pawns on c line, but with nice pair of Bishops. At this stage I was looking at e4 Pawn thinking how to remove it, but noticed that Knight might be in danger after. That is why I pulled Rook do e8. He could push e Pawn down, but he decided to move h Pawn instead. I also noticed his dark Bishop will be under fire after I remove his e4 Pawn with my Knight. He noticed that too and initiated Bishop exchange. 14 h3 Nxe4 15 Bxe7 Rxe7 16 Nxe4 Rxe4 17 Qc2 Re8 18 Rfe1 Qf6 19 Re2 Bxh3 Now I could remove his h Pawn with Bishop. He can't remove my Bishop because I will remove his Knight after. He decided to try to double Rooks, but I initiated Rook exchange. I don't like double Rocks on empty line that is to much power. I retreated with Bishop and he moved his Queen forward trying to gain Pawn. I decided to give him c Pawn because he is doubled and to try to get his a Pawn with Queen. I was also keen to protect rest of right flank Pawns with my Bishop and after he offered Queen exchange in attempt to hold a Pawn. He could try some attack with Knight and Queen. It would be quite dangerous for me. Fortunately he didn't. 20 Rae1 Rxe2 21 Qxe2 Bd7 22 Qe4 Re8 23 Qb7 Rxe1+ 24 Nxe1 Bb5 25 Qxc7 Qe6 26 Nf3 Qxa2 27 Qxd6 c4 28 Qa3 Qxa3 29 bxa3 f6 30 Nd4 Kf7 31 f4 g5 32 f5 h5 33 Kf2 h4 I have extra Pawn and should try to win this game. For that I would need some King maneuver. I made few mistakes here, but at the end I got what I wanted and that was his c Pawn. I think I can prevent his Pawns from promoting, while he need to sacrifice his Knight for my c Pawn. He made one smart move which could make King - Queen double attack with Knight but that was to obvious and I didn't bite it. After that game was practically over, he run into clock problems, but was in losing position anyway. After I removed his f Pawn game was over. He didn't surrender but let clock fall to 0. 34 Kf3 Ke7 35 Ke4 Kd6 36 Kf3 Ke5 37 g4 Ba4 38 Kg2 Bd1 39 Kh3 Kf4 40 Ne6+ Ke4 41 Nc5+ Ke3 42 Nxa6 Kd3 43 Nc5+ Kxc3 44 Ne4+ Kb2 I think he could play smarter at this stage.Maybe if he tried to push a or f Pawn he could do something, but I think even than I would be faster in promoting and once Queen gets out it is big advantage. 45 Nxf6 c3 46 Nd5 c2 47 Nb4 Kxa3 48 Nxc2+ Bxc2 49 f6 Bb3 50 f7 Bxf7 That is how it looked at the end when his clock ran out of time. Bishop mastered Knight once more and I mastered rating of 1800 again. You can watch entire game here.
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