Another Black Win
Offline life has kept me too busy to talk about my chess lately, but I have been playing everyday. At the moment I have 12 active correspondence chess games in progress, which is just about as much as I can handle right now given the increased pace of my life away from the board.
This is one game I won recently with Black when White resigned after my 51...e2. There was nothing White could do to prevent one of my pawns from advancing to the last rank and promoting to a Queen. Checkmating the White King then would be inevitable.
The position of pieces at game's end is above, and our full move record is below:
1. d4 d5 2. f4 Nc6 3. Nf3 Nf6 4. e3 e6 5. Bd3 g6 6. O-O Bg7 7. g3 Nb4 8. c3 Nxd3 9. Qxd3 O-O 10. a4 a5 11. b4 axb4 12. cxb4 b6 13. b5 Ne4 14. Nc3 c5 15. dxc5 bxc5 16. Ne5 c4 17. Qc2 Bb7 18. Ba3 Re8 19. Nxe4 dxe4 20. Nxc4 Bxa1 21. Rxa1 Qc8 22. Qb3 Rd8 23. Nb6 Qc7 24. Nxa8 Bxa8 25. Bb2 Rd3 26. Qa2 Rxe3 27. Rc1 Qd8 28. Ba1 h5 29. Qb2 f6 30. Rc8 Qxc8 31. Qxf6 Re1+ 32. Kf2 Rxa1 33. Qxa1 Qc2+ 34. Ke1 Qxh2 35. Qc3 Qg1+ 36. Kd2 Qf2+ 37. Kc1 e3 38. Qc8+ Kg7 39. Qd7+ Kh6 40. Qd1 Qxg3 41. Qd3 Qxf4 42. b6 Be4 43. Qd1 Bf3 44. Qe1 Qxa4 45. b7 Qa3+ 46. Kc2 Bxb7 47. Qc1 Qc5+ 48. Kb1 Be4+ 49. Kb2 Qxc1+ 50. Kxc1 Bf3 51. Kc2 e2 0-1
- by Roscoe