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expectnomercy - expectnomercy - L1: W VS jjdoit [8:05] 
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 expectnomercy - expectnomercy - L1: W VS jjdoit [8:05]
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Wed Feb 04, 2009 5:21 am
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 Re: expectnomercy - expectnomercy - L1: W VS jjdoit [8:05]
Fight ‘til the end
Cause your life will depend
On the strength that you have inside you

Ah you gotta be proud
starin’ out in the cloud
When the odds in the game defy you

Try your best to win them all
and one day time will tell
when you’re the one that’s standing there
you’ll reach the final bell!

You’re the best!
Around!
Nothing’s gonna ever keep you down
You’re the Best!
Around!
Nothing’s gonna ever keep you down
You’re the Best!
Around!
Nothing’s gonna ever keep you dow-ow-ow-ho-how-ho-own :wink:


Wed Feb 04, 2009 5:59 am
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 Re: expectnomercy - expectnomercy - L1: W VS jjdoit [8:05]
Thanks for commenting! You're too kind... :wink: There were mistakes on both sides and I could have lost this game easily if my opponent would have used his chances...

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Wed Feb 04, 2009 6:46 am
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 Re: expectnomercy - expectnomercy - L1: W VS jjdoit [8:05]
I just realised that there's one expectnomercy too much in the title... LOL at me... I can't even name the videos properly.

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Wed Feb 04, 2009 8:26 am
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 Re: expectnomercy - expectnomercy - L1: W VS jjdoit [8:05]
An interesting idea was instead of playing Nf4 threatening Nf7 you could have just played Nf7 because of Qxf7?? Nb6+ winning the Queen for 2 pieces which would make it better for him to just lose the rook I think.

Good game and thanks for entering.

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Thu Feb 05, 2009 12:26 am
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 Re: expectnomercy - expectnomercy - L1: W VS jjdoit [8:05]
Thank you for commenting Robofriven! I think that after 12.Nf7 as you suggested black will not take the knight on f7 but instead he will play Be6. This prevents my knight ever coming out of h8 alive since there is no tricks anymore with discovered attacks and the knight has no safe squares to which it can go to. So black loses at least the exchange in this line. The suggested move 12. Nf7 is much better than the move I played in the game because the idea I had doesn't work it only loses material. If my opponent had played 13...Rg8 I have nothing and my pieces are a bit awkwardly placed. The move I intended to play after 13...Rg8 was 14.Nh6 which of course loses two pieces for a rook 14...gxh6 15.Bxg8 Nxg8.

My opponent could have made my life really uncomfortable earlier in the game by playing 9...e4 winning a piece for a pawn. Also later I could have lost the game if my opponent would have played 22...g5! instead of 22...Ng4 black would have won the game pretty easily.

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Thu Feb 05, 2009 7:12 am
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