25 ( +1 | -1 ) Analysebd= 742857 Could someone analyse this game, please. I found it a very interesting game. I know He make a mistake taking my knight with his king, but I just want an analyse from the moves before. THank you
26 ( +1 | -1 ) I hope now it's rightbd=game_number 748257 Could someone analyse this game, please. I found it a very interesting game. I know He make a mistake taking my knight with his king, but I just want an analyse from the moves before. THank you
20 ( +1 | -1 ) well, i have the timebut im not sure my analysis would help you much, given that you are rated about 500 points above me or so. Maybe try www.nimbleknight.com as they have a free online analysis. Just upload the PGN.
7 ( +1 | -1 ) hmm,It seems to me that whites knights are moved around to much?
54 ( +1 | -1 ) White must have had some special affinity for the b3 square. During the first 17 moves, no less than 4 tempi were lost moving on and off this square. (Bc2-b3-c2 and Nd2-b3-d2).
As a result of this pointless manuevering black had a clear advantage by move 18. On move 20 white puts his knight on b3 again (!) ignoring the weakeness of his kingside (better was Nf1)
On move 23 the white knight leaves b3 - but begins to feel homesick apparently and returns on the very next move.
After 25...d4 black's attack is decisive and I see no way for white to save himself.
41 ( +1 | -1 ) I thinkthis isnt an very interesting game simply because white obviously dont know what hes doing.all he did was moving the knight around while black develop the pieces and crush his king side. In my thinking,a game only consider interesting when both opponents have good plans and try to take each other out.Nice build up for black though.
43 ( +1 | -1 ) Nice knight moveWell, maybe it's right that Whites resistance was too weak to call it an interesting game, but I liked your final attack. Just let me add that IMO White lost his track in move No. 12 when he missed to exploit your weak pawn at d5 and the opposition of white rook and black queen connected with the weakened diagonal a2-g8 by playing 12. c4! Black would have had to solve some problems then.
4 ( +1 | -1 ) AFTERAFTER 12C4 i would play Be6
63 ( +1 | -1 ) My observation..Looking at the game at a glance . This is my comment ( without thorough analysis).. 1. The white queen is misplaced at d2. 2. Early in the middle game white have obvious weakness on square e4 and c4 square . ( Black knight have very strong outpost at c4 - white give away the square!)Exchanging knight will be better for white.. 2. The Bishop stuck at c1.. and of course Rook at a1 don't have any play.
Looking at pawn structure.. with black d pawn occupying c4 and e4 .. I think it is better if white trying to push e4 or c4...
Black play very well and fully exploit white weakness . Nice finishing!! :-)