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metaphoriceagle 131 ( +1 | -1 )
Need Some Alalysis Here is one of my games against Sveta.

From all the games I have played at GK I really like this one. I know my opponent is not a very strong player but judge me by my own performance. I have played against Cyrano as well and I drew but that game didn't interest me at all. Here it is the game-I play white:
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[Event "Battle Field"]
[Site "board #559705"" target="_blank">gameknot.com/chess.pl?board #559705";]
[Date "2003.02.20"]
[White "metaphoriceagle"]
[Black "sveta"]
[Result "1-0"]
[WhiteElo "1466"]
[BlackElo "1433"]
[TimeControl "259200+86400"]
[Mode "ICS"]
[Termination "normal"]

1. e4 Nf6 2. e5 Nd5 3. d4 Nc6 4. Nf3 e6 5. c4 Ndb4
6. a3 Na6 7. b4 Ne7 8. Bd3 d6 9. O-O dxe5 10. dxe5 c5
11. b5 Nb8 12. Nc3 Nd7 13. Bg5 h6 14. Ne4 Nxe5 15. Nxe5 hxg5
16. Nxf7 Kxf7 17. Nxg5+ Ke8 18. Nf7 Kxf7 19. Bg6+ Nxg6 20. Qxd8 Be7
21. Qd3 Nf4 22. Qf3 g5 23. Rfe1 Bf6 24. Rad1 a6 25. b6 Kg7
26. Qe3 Bd4 27. Qg3 Kg6 28. Kf1 e5 29. Kg1 Bf5 30. Qf3 Rh7
31. h4 gxh4 32. Rxd4 cxd4 33. Rxe5 Kg5 34. g4 Rf8 35. gxf5 Rxf5
36. Qe4 Rxe5 37. Qxe5+ Kg4 38. Qxd4 Rf7 39. c5 h3 40. Qd1+ Kg5
41. Qd8+ Kg6 42. c6 bxc6 43. Qg8+ Rg7 44. Qxg7+ Kxg7 45. b7 Kf6
46. b8=Q Kf5 47. Qc8+ Kg5 48. Kh2 a5 49. Qxc6 Kf5 50. Qb5+ Ke4
51. Qxa5 Nd3 52. Qa4+ Ke5 53. f3 Nc5 54. f4+ Kd5 55. Qd1+ Kc4
56. f5 Ne4 57. Qf1+ Kd5 58. f6 1-0

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I want some analysis on this game. I want to see if there are better alternative moves for my moves and where did my opponent made his blunders! Judge all my moves please.


Thanx in advance for your effort,

Eagle
christian1974 18 ( +1 | -1 )
Analysis: Black's 3rd move in this game is a blunder leading to the loss of a piece. After 3 ... Nc6? 4. c4 Nb6
5 d5! Nxe5 6 c5 Nbc4 7 Qd4! white picks up one of the knights. 3 ... d6 is better leading to the Alekhine Defence.
atrifix 87 ( +1 | -1 )
Short analysis after 3... Nc6? 4. c4 Ndb4 (forced, 4... Nb6 loses a piece) 5. a3 Na6 6. b4 Black is forced to play 6... Nab8, when white has a significant edge over the game continuation. Ater 7. Nf3 e6 (7... d6? 8. e6 fxe6 9. b5 Na5 10. Ng5 is winning) 8. d5 Ne7 white has a huge spatial advantage and has improved upon the game (for example, 9. d6 cxd6 10. exd6 Nf5 11. c5 may be possible).

16. Nxf7?, while flashy, allows Black to get a lot of counterplay for the Queen. 16. Nxg5, winning simply, is better.

27. Qg3? also allows Black to get a lot of counterplay, better is the simple 27. Rxd4 cxd4 28. Qxd4+ Kh7 29. Re5 with an obviously winning position.

The Kf1-g1 maneuver is likewise unimpressive, simply 29... Bd7(-c6) is winning easily, e.g. 30. h3 Bxh3, or 30. Kh1 Bc6 31. f3 Nh5 32. Qg4 Bd7. 31. h4?? (31. g4! Be6 32. Rxd4 cxd4 33. Rxe5) 31... gxh4?? is overlooking the obvious; 31... g4 32. Qg3 Rah8 looks like a fairly quick mate.

Other than those errors, most of White's play looks very good; Black's could stand to be improved a bit.