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And Yet Another Chess Game - Ken vs. Julius (rd2)

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  • 31 f7 ... Ke7
    32 Kg3 ... a1Q
    33 Kh4 ... Qe1+
    34 Kh5 ... Qe2+
    35 Kh6 ... Qxh2+
    36 Kg7 ... Qxf4
    37 Kh6 ... Qh4+
    38 Kg7 ... Qxg5+
    39 Resigns

    At this point there really is no place to run usefully and in 2 moves it will be mate anyway you cut it. With no more chance to either promote or find a stalemate there is no sense in delaying your next challanger. Good Game Julius.

    Ken

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    • Is there no David among us???

      Congrats again.There is a certain smoothness in the champion's play.
      The only thing that matters to me in a MP game is getting a good ally.Nothing else is as important.......Xin Yu

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      • Yes, the situation had become hopeless.
        Your move 5 Nh3 was not a book move and was not good either, I am afraid.
        The end game was difficult with your weak pawns and after I had captured your queenside your position was hopeless.
        But it was an interesting game, as ONE queen proved to be enough.
        Oh Man, when will you understand that your greatness lies in your failure - Goethe

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        • Im not sure whos next on the list. Kcbob, I think and then Carolus.
          Is that correct ?
          Oh Man, when will you understand that your greatness lies in your failure - Goethe

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          • I'm here. I'll PM Kcbob and find out what he is up to.

            Carolus

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            • Done! Waiting for his reply.

              Oh, and congrats champ!

              Carolus

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              • Yep, Kcbob is up to his ears in Civ3 and the upcoming Lord of the Rings-movie! So I'm next.

                Starting a new thread...

                Carolus

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                • Waov, it's going fast
                  Will the champ never get any rest
                  I move to the other thread too
                  Oh Man, when will you understand that your greatness lies in your failure - Goethe

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