Friday, October 05, 2007

Pearson-David Parreira 10.04.07 1-0

Just a few minutes to note that I was back to serious tournament play last evening against David Parreira (1370) and mated him on move 34 after he played the symmetrical QGD (1. d5 d5 2. c4 c5) against me. I think I've only seen it once before in serious play; I reacted sensibly, got an edge, played one second-rate move that gave away most of my advantage, and in a heavy-piece position with queen and two rooks each he made one mistake and I cut off his queen from defending his king, leading to mate.

A reasonable effort--I'll be gone for a couple of days but I'll post the moves for criticism as soon as I can.

Have a great weekend!


transformation said...

congratulations. how sweet the joy.

you more than anyone, necessarily, realize that the odds of meeting a real seasoned hired killer, of course, increase dramatically next round!

regards, dk

Eric Shoemaker said...

Good work Robert! I don't consider that a sound defense he was playing! He's supposed to take your d-pawn when you take his if I remember correctly. It's a rare bird in tournament play. I've only seen it once and won also.


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