Saturday, March 11, 2006

Knight (me) vs Knight (generalkaia) Challenge 2-0

Again, it wasn't much of a game (kaia forfeited on time once more), so i will only show you the litlle notation and a diagram of the final position (just as i did with my previous game against kaia).

[Event "m1136856424"]
[Site "net-chess.com"]
[Date "2006.01.10"]
[Round "1"]
[White "cthigpen"]
[Black "dutchdefence"]
[Result "0-1"]
[ECO "B00"]
[WhiteElo "1500"]
[BlackElo "1500"]
[EventType "game (corr)"]

1. e4 b6 2. d4 Bb7 3. Nc3 e6 4. Nf3 Bb4 5. Bd3 Nf6 Reaching the following position after white (kaia) forfeits on time.


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6 Comments:

At 14 March, 2006 15:18 , Anonymous Steve Eddins said...

Edwin - thanks for visiting my blog and adding it to your sidebar. (It looks like there's not a click-able link, though.) Your blog looks interesting, and I've added a link to it from mine. - Steve ("Steve Learns Chess")

 
At 14 March, 2006 20:48 , Blogger Edwin 'dutchdefence' Meyer said...

I will correct that asap :-)

 
At 16 March, 2006 13:01 , Blogger DragonSlayer said...

What time limit did you use?

 
At 16 March, 2006 17:29 , Blogger Edwin 'dutchdefence' Meyer said...

I believe we played with a 30 days per move time out limit with an increment of 3 days with each move :-)

But usually play proceeds faster then that. It's not like i (or my opponent for that matter) wait 30 days to make a move... It's more of a safety net. Like when you cannot move for a couple of days :-)

But there are only a few servers that provide that time limit.

 
At 16 March, 2006 20:26 , Blogger The Christopher said...

wow, 30 days to move and you lose on time. Not very thrilling when you can't make it out of the opening.

 
At 16 March, 2006 22:42 , Blogger Edwin 'dutchdefence' Meyer said...

Not really, no...

 

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