HiveChess: A thrilling match

Today I am playing a few matches and I wanted to share this particular match with my friends. I started with English opening. 1.d4 2. Bf4. This is English opening. I am better than my opponent in opening and middle stage but I fail to process the game later. So it cracks open and I need to save the game.

As opening it is in the secion of Indian Defense.

  1. d4 Nf6 { A45 Indian Defense } 2. Bf4 d6 3. e3 Nc6 4. c3 e5 5. dxe5 dxe5 6. Qxd8+ Kxd8 7. Bg3 Nb4 8. Na3 Nbd5 9. Nc4 b5 10. Nxe5 Bd6 11. Nxf7+ Kd7 12. Nxh8 Bb7 13. Nf7 Bxg3 14. hxg3 b4 15. Ne5+ Kd6 16. Nc4+ Ke7 17. cxb4 Nxb4 18. Na3 Rd8 19. Nf3 Bxf3 20. gxf3 Rb8 21. Bc4 Nbd5 22. O-O-O c6 23. e4 Nb4 24. g4 g5 25. Rhe1 Kf8 26. e5 Nfd5 27. e6 Nf4 28. e7+ Ke8 29. Bb3 a5 30. Rd4 c5 31. Rd6 Nbd3+ 32. Rxd3 Nxd3+ 33. Kd2 Nxe1 34. Kxe1 a4 35. Bc4 Kxe7 36. Kd2 Rxb2+ 37. Kc3 Rxf2 38. Nc2 Rxf3+ 39. Kd2 h5 40. Ke2 Rh3 41. gxh5 Rxh5 42. Kf2 g4 43. Ne3 Rh2+ 44. Kg3 Rh3+ 45. Kf4 g3 46. Ng2 Rh4+ 47. Nxh4 Kd6 48. Kxg3 Ke5 49. Nf3+ Ke4 50. Kf2 Kf4 51. Ke2 Kf5 52. Nd2 Ke5 53. Ke3 Kd6 54. Ne4+ Kc6 55. Kd3 Kb6 56. Kc3 Ka5 57. Kb2 Kb4 58. Be6 c4 59. Kc2 a3 60. Nd2 c3 61. Ne4 Kb5 62. Nxc3+ Kb4 63. Nb1 Ka4 64. Bb3+ Kb4 65. Nd2 Ka5 66. Kc3 Kb5 67. Nb1 Ka5 68. Nxa3 Kb6 69. Nc4+ Kb5 70. a4+ Ka6 71. a5 Ka7 72. Kb4 Ka6 73. Kc5 Ka7 74. Ba4 Ka6 75. Bb5+ Ka7 76. Kc6 Ka8 77. Kb6 Kb8 78. Nd6 Ka8 79. Nf7 Kb8 80. Nd8 Ka8 81. Ba6 Kb8 82. Nc6+ Ka8 83. Bb7# { White wins by checkmate. } 1-0

https://lichess.org/xKrAN9eW

These are the all moves we played. It is a long match with 83 moves. I got a full Rook at 12th move. And he did not take it back. But later sometime I made a big mistake and trade my two Rooks with his two Knights.

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THe I has to play with Bishop and Knight and my opponent has only one Rook in his side. He is takling all of my pawns then he give up a full Rook to me. After that my win is secured.

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In this image I am controlling d3 square so he can do nothing to me. but I move to my Bishop to b3 then he has a chnage to Check me at b3. Actually I should scarifice my Bishop at f3 and queening my pawn. I will get a least a Rook for my Bishop.

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We are equal in this positon but he is going to make a big mistake. I think I can still win this match even if he did not make a mistake. Later part is Bishop + Knight ending.

Thanks for reading my post.

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To damn cool... I knew something of chess earlier watching my bro and dad play as a child... only how the pieces move nothing more... I see its a interesting match you had... reminds me of the chess match at Harry Potter 1st book, Ron played and won... brilliant it was!!

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Yes. It was a real time action Chess. It also showed scarificing. That is a great match. Have you ever seen Queen Gambit the move presented from Netflix.

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Wooow

You must have been playing this game from your Early young days. For you to play the digital one you must have been a guru playing the real one.

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Yes. I played Chess in my childhood life. I also played Chess in digital form Chess.com too.

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