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  • David versus Goliat - the end...

    1 e4 … e6
    2 d4 … d5
    3 Nc3 … Nf6
    4 Bg5 … Be7
    5 e5 … Nfd7
    6 Bxe7 … Qxe7
    7 Qd2 … a6
    8 f4 … c5
    9 Nf3 … Nc6
    10 dxc5 … Qxc5
    11 O-O-O … b5
    12 Bd3 … b4
    13 Ne2 … a5
    14 Kb1 … Ba6
    15 Bxa6 … Rxa6
    16 Qd3 … Rb6
    17 h4 … a4
    18 Rh3 … Qa5
    19 Nfd4 … Nc5
    20 Qg3 … O-O
    21 Nxc6 … Rxc6
    22 Nd4 … Rc7
    23 f5 … Ne4
    24 Qe1 … exf5
    25 Nxf5 … a3
    26 Ne3 … Rc5
    27 Rd4 … axb2
    28 Nxd5 … b3
    29 Nb4 … Nc3+
    30 Kxb2

    Carolus

  • #2
    1 e4 … e6
    2 d4 … d5
    3 Nc3 … Nf6
    4 Bg5 … Be7
    5 e5 … Nfd7
    6 Bxe7 … Qxe7
    7 Qd2 … a6
    8 f4 … c5
    9 Nf3 … Nc6
    10 dxc5 … Qxc5
    11 O-O-O … b5
    12 Bd3 … b4
    13 Ne2 … a5
    14 Kb1 … Ba6
    15 Bxa6 … Rxa6
    16 Qd3 … Rb6
    17 h4 … a4
    18 Rh3 … Qa5
    19 Nfd4 … Nc5
    20 Qg3 … O-O
    21 Nxc6 … Rxc6
    22 Nd4 … Rc7
    23 f5 … Ne4
    24 Qe1 … exf5
    25 Nxf5 … a3
    26 Ne3 … Rc5
    27 Rd4 … axb2
    28 Nxd5 … b3
    29 Nb4 … Nc3+
    30 Rxb2 … Ra8
    Oh Man, when will you understand that your greatness lies in your failure - Goethe

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    • #3
      The last piece joins the party !

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      Oh Man, when will you understand that your greatness lies in your failure - Goethe
      Oh Man, when will you understand that your greatness lies in your failure - Goethe

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      • #4
        quote:

        Originally posted by Julius Brenzaida on 03-24-2001 03:50 PM
        The last piece joins the party !



        Well, we're out of chairs so I better kick out another uninvited guest from the party...

        Carolus

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        • #5
          1 e4 … e6
          2 d4 … d5
          3 Nc3 … Nf6
          4 Bg5 … Be7
          5 e5 … Nfd7
          6 Bxe7 … Qxe7
          7 Qd2 … a6
          8 f4 … c5
          9 Nf3 … Nc6
          10 dxc5 … Qxc5
          11 O-O-O … b5
          12 Bd3 … b4
          13 Ne2 … a5
          14 Kb1 … Ba6
          15 Bxa6 … Rxa6
          16 Qd3 … Rb6
          17 h4 … a4
          18 Rh3 … Qa5
          19 Nfd4 … Nc5
          20 Qg3 … O-O
          21 Nxc6 … Rxc6
          22 Nd4 … Rc7
          23 f5 … Ne4
          24 Qe1 … exf5
          25 Nxf5 … a3
          26 Ne3 … Rc5
          27 Rd4 … axb2
          28 Nxd5 … b3
          29 Nb4 … Nc3+
          30 Kxb2 … Ra8
          31 Rxc3

          Carolus

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          • #6
            BTW, "R" for "Roi" in my 30th move?

            Carolus

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            • #7
              1 e4 … e6
              2 d4 … d5
              3 Nc3 … Nf6
              4 Bg5 … Be7
              5 e5 … Nfd7
              6 Bxe7 … Qxe7
              7 Qd2 … a6
              8 f4 … c5
              9 Nf3 … Nc6
              10 dxc5 … Qxc5
              11 O-O-O … b5
              12 Bd3 … b4
              13 Ne2 … a5
              14 Kb1 … Ba6
              15 Bxa6 … Rxa6
              16 Qd3 … Rb6
              17 h4 … a4
              18 Rh3 … Qa5
              19 Nfd4 … Nc5
              20 Qg3 … O-O
              21 Nxc6 … Rxc6
              22 Nd4 … Rc7
              23 f5 … Ne4
              24 Qe1 … exf5
              25 Nxf5 … a3
              26 Ne3 … Rc5
              27 Rd4 … axb2
              28 Nxd5 … b3
              29 Nb4 … Nc3+
              30 Rxb2 … Ra8
              31 Rxc3 … Qa3+
              Oh Man, when will you understand that your greatness lies in your failure - Goethe

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              • #8
                quote:

                Originally posted by Carolus Rex on 03-26-2001 08:26 AM
                BTW, "R" for "Roi" in my 30th move?
                Carolus


                Bonne idιe, mais le roi ne peut pas prendre une piθce protιgιe.

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                Oh Man, when will you understand that your greatness lies in your failure - Goethe
                Oh Man, when will you understand that your greatness lies in your failure - Goethe

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                • #9
                  quote:

                  Originally posted by Carolus Rex on 03-26-2001 08:22 AM
                  Well, we're out of chairs so I better kick out another uninvited guest from the party...
                  Carolus


                  Well, farewell to my good old knight. He was quite a handful one and did travel a lot. (g8-f6-d7-c5-e4-c3 ). Now, only heavy pieces (rooks and queen) remain. Let us see what kind of dancing they appreciate.

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                  Oh Man, when will you understand that your greatness lies in your failure - Goethe
                  Oh Man, when will you understand that your greatness lies in your failure - Goethe

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                  • #10
                    quote:

                    Originally posted by Julius Brenzaida on 03-26-2001 11:32 AM
                    Bonne idιe, mais le roi ne peut pas prendre une piθce protιgιe.



                    Hm, I don't follow you old chap. It was my king who captured your pawn at b2 in my 30th move, but your notation was 30 Rxb2. Hence my joke.

                    A reply is soon coming...

                    Carolus

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                    • #11
                      quote:

                      Originally posted by Julius Brenzaida on 03-26-2001 11:34 AM
                      Now, only heavy pieces (rooks and queen) remain. Let us see what kind of dancing they appreciate.



                      It has been obvious for some time now that this dance will end with my toes being tripped on... Surely, they must appreciate it?

                      Carolus

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                      • #12
                        BTW, you still have "R" for "Roi" in my 30th move...

                        Carolus

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                        • #13
                          1 e4 … e6
                          2 d4 … d5
                          3 Nc3 … Nf6
                          4 Bg5 … Be7
                          5 e5 … Nfd7
                          6 Bxe7 … Qxe7
                          7 Qd2 … a6
                          8 f4 … c5
                          9 Nf3 … Nc6
                          10 dxc5 … Qxc5
                          11 O-O-O … b5
                          12 Bd3 … b4
                          13 Ne2 … a5
                          14 Kb1 … Ba6
                          15 Bxa6 … Rxa6
                          16 Qd3 … Rb6
                          17 h4 … a4
                          18 Rh3 … Qa5
                          19 Nfd4 … Nc5
                          20 Qg3 … O-O
                          21 Nxc6 … Rxc6
                          22 Nd4 … Rc7
                          23 f5 … Ne4
                          24 Qe1 … exf5
                          25 Nxf5 … a3
                          26 Ne3 … Rc5
                          27 Rd4 … axb2
                          28 Nxd5 … b3
                          29 Nb4 … Nc3+
                          30 Kxb2 … Ra8
                          31 Rxc3 … Qa3+
                          32 Ka1

                          Carolus

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                          • #14
                            1 e4 … e6
                            2 d4 … d5
                            3 Nc3 … Nf6
                            4 Bg5 … Be7
                            5 e5 … Nfd7
                            6 Bxe7 … Qxe7
                            7 Qd2 … a6
                            8 f4 … c5
                            9 Nf3 … Nc6
                            10 dxc5 … Qxc5
                            11 O-O-O … b5
                            12 Bd3 … b4
                            13 Ne2 … a5
                            14 Kb1 … Ba6
                            15 Bxa6 … Rxa6
                            16 Qd3 … Rb6
                            17 h4 … a4
                            18 Rh3 … Qa5
                            19 Nfd4 … Nc5
                            20 Qg3 … O-O
                            21 Nxc6 … Rxc6
                            22 Nd4 … Rc7
                            23 f5 … Ne4
                            24 Qe1 … exf5
                            25 Nxf5 … a3
                            26 Ne3 … Rc5
                            27 Rd4 … axb2
                            28 Nxd5 … b3
                            29 Nb4 … Nc3+
                            30 Kxb2 … Ra8
                            31 Rxc3 … Qa3+
                            32 Ka1 … Rxc3
                            Oh Man, when will you understand that your greatness lies in your failure - Goethe

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                            • #15
                              quote:

                              Originally posted by Carolus Rex on 03-27-2001 04:57 AM
                              Hm, I don't follow you old chap. It was my king who captured your pawn at b2 in my 30th move, but your notation was 30 Rxb2. Hence my joke.


                              Oups, I didn’t notice that : sorry !Your hint was too subtle for my present state of mind. Good joke BTW.
                              Oh Man, when will you understand that your greatness lies in your failure - Goethe

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