♡ 57 ( +1 | -1 ) Your unforgotten game win/lost/drawThis is my unforgotten games @ GK Win-board #1812808 -I sacrificed my knight on move 11 with Nxf7! shocking my opponent. Lost-board #1691475 -My greatest blunders..Until today,I dont know why I move 20.Qd5??? Draw-board #1937511 -make mistake on move 25.Rac1!?,I should move 25.Rdc1 but luckly I was able to hold a draw.
♡ 84 ( +1 | -1 ) My unforgetable GK games.You may not get too many replies here. I was hesitant to post as I will be giving out names of opponents in my links. This may be unflatering to them or seem like we are beating our own chests. But I hope they will understand that its all part of learning. Sure that my name is on someones list also.
Win: board #2164696 - I decided to try my defensive skills verses the Troxler Counter Gambit and had a hard fought win.
Draw: board #2139972 - I had an easy win but moved to quickly and captured with the wrong piece. Stubbornly I refused to lose and managed a draw.
Lose: Try not to dwell to long on loses and thusly forget them. Unless of course I make a blunder and lose that way. But not yet here.
♡ 36 ( +1 | -1 ) Anyone who appears among these games as the defeated can console themselves with the example of Efim Bogoljubov, who was fated to gain immortality as a combatant in some of the greatest games of chess ever played--as the loser (Bogoljubov vs Alekhine, 1922) (Reti vs Bogoljubov, 1924). He is the Wiley Coyote of chess history. You see, it could always be worse!
♡ 84 ( +1 | -1 ) .my greatest win - is yet to come ;-).
loss- (can't go searching in past games) but was one of my many losses to Dominick! He is too strong for me, and I still haven't managed my first win against him :-(. So anyway.. I was out of a sicilian game, with an edge and a strong attack (of course there still was a long long way to go, so could have been absolutely anything, even a loss or a draw eventually), and I stepped out, leaving my computer on..... returned in some time only to see that my friend had made one move, a queen blunder!!! It was really dissappointing, but then, I forced my friend to treat me to a dinner in return;-).
draws- plenty of draws against some of the illustrious names on this site. but then, i don't credit most of those draws... as some are after a very simple position resulting straight out of the opening. I do have some good draws too, but can't recollect :-(.
This was my unforgotten win. I was really able to turn the game around and end up check mating after taking two pieces while losing countless many. I'm glad I stayed in the game. =^_^=
♡ 48 ( +1 | -1 ) the unforgottenboard #2456262 here's an unforgotten win of mine. after 17... Qh7 I just felt ill and wanted to resign. I was certain I'd be mated or lose my queen @ best & only continued out of morbid curiosity, but I persevered that abominable H file!
board #2306350 unforgotten loss. I was winning and yet I still got mated by a pansy pawn & lowly queen.
♡ 24 ( +1 | -1 ) As I am a mere patzer,my least forgettable game would have to be the win I missed against an International Master. I've posted it at www.angelfire.com/poetry/wulebgr/wulebgrimjohn.htm
♡ 34 ( +1 | -1 ) 2 unforgettable gamesthe win: board #2211783 : i think 29.Nd6 is a fine move.. if 29... Axd6 30. Ae4 forcing mate the lost: board #2123339 : 15. f4??? I never imagined I have played such an horrible thing in a correspondence game!! :)
♡ 11 ( +1 | -1 ) 1 horrid mistakeMy worst game was against Andrewein. I don't know why I moved 3.Qc6, much less why i made my opening move.