Annotated by jschulte (1456): I'm using this more to help myself think out my moves than as an educational tool. Feel free to read if you like...you may gain some insight in how another player plays Standard opening I don't know hy he made this move, unless he wants to bring out the Queen. I'll try to push his bishop away. Protect the King Don't want to take, just hold and protect e5.
Start clearing King's side. …|
Annotated by cjjpeterson (1598): In the second game of the tournament I was pared up with someone whom I had played many times. Unfortunately this was one of my worst games ever! Ruy lopez exchange variation Opening up bishop to strong diagonal Holding back knight and bishop Strange development Blunder Horrible blunder White misses the capture of the rook Yet another blunder Forking Rook and knight Thinking that…|
Annotated by tigerzrul88 (1905): I've purposely picked a game that ended in September of 2005 so that I have forgotten my ideas, and can be more objective about my annotation.
I don't pretend to be perfect! This is an attempt for me to get better, so if you see a hole in my logic feel free to message me! Also, if you see any typos please message me as I think they're ugly. Thanks!
I want to give a lot of thanks to rt4sm for…|
Annotated by andy94 (1200): This is one of my bad games, even if i won.... I try to open with Ruy Lopez. we develop our pawns and he moves his bishop in d7. Now I take his knight and he takes my bishop. I try to develop the left pawns in this way ( like i always do) but he moves b7-b5 I don't wanna change with b pawn, so i push c4-c5 Nh6?! ....... i take his d pawn and he takes my pawn with the queen Now i…|