Win By Using Time Pressure in a game of Chess (Oct Part 7)

Win By Using Time Pressure in a game of Chess (Oct Part 7)


Thinking of defensive moves after the development of pieces Trying some simple defensive move Blocking the advancement of black bishop Hoping a mistake from him but he did defend. Good defense by black I am forced to move so I sac the bishop Defending the king using castling Forcing my queen to back off Moving the pawn so I have good attackers or defenders Trying to skewer the king with the rook in later stages Hoping that he takes my pawn but he chooses to advance his pawn. Trying to free up my rook to check his king Instead of attacking I choose to have two center pawns Adding another defender to one of the center pawn Moving the pawn to defend the other pawn or take black single pawn in the middle Wanting to fork black queen,rook or bishop He moved his queen so I take the rook My dangerous solo pawn is closing on him Just development moves on both sides He moved his knight to a better square Moved my knight to a better square Better moves by black not so good moves by white in the next few moves I am going to defend using my queen so that he might trade queens He backs off his queen to safety Moving the rook to a better square Piling the two rooks together to get a strong defense in this case A bishop to defend either one pawn He moved the knight to a good square I moved my queen to a square which isn’t very good Good defense! His pawn is very strong and protected by black’s queen Did not see the fork so he capitalize it with a knight fork on my queen and bishop Moved the queen to a safe square! He took my pawn, ouch! Backed off my bishop just in case It looks like a good move but in later stages it is redundant Check! King backs off He is trying some tactics with his queen I moved my king to a square which he can check Check! Takes the menacing bishop Another check! Moved my king to a good defensive fortress Check! Using a knight. Forcing black to capture my rook He took my rook.So my rook will take his rook Moving my rook to a defensive role Moved my rook to e3 square Check! Moving the king away from check of queen Hiding the king behind the queen and pawn Moved my king to h2. Quite a good defense but I will make mistake in the later stage I can do some tactics here, using my queen and I lined up my rook with his queen He moved his queen to safety Check! Lining up my queen and rook at his king Forcing his king to move Trying some tactics with the rook but did not succeed Moved my rook to g3 Good queen move! Using my queen and, check! He moved his king Bad move.I have plenty of better moves. Woa…A pawn into a queen.I had to sac my queen next move Queen! Now black is up by a queen versus my solo rook Using my last major piece to create havoc on the board Backing off the rook Decided to leave the rook on f3 square I moved my rook to b3 Now he has two queen Using the last major piece for defensive duties Check! and only the last square for the king at g3 square He moved one of the queen to c2 I moved my rook facing his queen Check! and I take the queen with the rook He made a mistake with his queen so I capture his queen with my rook Won the game

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