Thursday, February 23, 2012
Recent Game from 42nd World Team, Mangion vs. Oresick
Problems, problems. Problems!
Our very dear friend Ian Mangion kindly forwarded the editor this game. We publish on the fly.
We are confident, that given time and liberty, he would elaborate as Juan and Roger did, but take his submittal as far more a matter of gaining what is present, than noting what is absent, half full as it were.
We thank him for sharing his game. Ian is always positive, a great person to be around. Truly.
Please click here, for navigable game viewer. It is suggested, once you are at that web page, hit 'Full Screen', at the buttons top, it is the last on the right.
Thank you Ian. Now he owes the WOCC. He is hereby obligated to play in our seven round Club Championship, starting in 19 days, Tue 13 Mar, 2012. Failure to show up results in, well, consequences :- .
I call this a good trade for our club. A pgn text for seven games he is to participate in, 3.33 hours, travel, well, nineteen hours for my 40 minutes. Thats 28:1 leverage. Like options on casino stocks, out of the money calls, three weeks till expiration. Put me in for twenty contracts. Low cost, high reward, minimal exposure. Low P/E. High growth rate, low beta, social conscious investing. No debt. Cash on hand. Good products. Clean image. Good reputation. Ian.
His note, and text of game:
As he told us: 'I haven't had a chance to go over this game, but I'm guessing it'll be one of my favorites. My opponent didn't play the best, but still I'd call it either 'A Tragedy on the Dark Squares' or something else to note his hundreds of knight moves. How often do you mate the king on e8 on move 34??'
[White "Ian Mangion"]
[Black "Robert Oresick"]
1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 d6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.Nc3 e6 6.g4 h5 7.g5 Ng4 8.h3
Ne5 9.Be3 Bd7 10.f4 Nec6 11.Nf3 g6 12.Qd2 a6 13.a4 Bg7 14.Qxd6 Bxc3+
15.bxc3 Qa5 16.Qc5 Qxc5 17.Bxc5 Ne7 18.Bd3 Bc6 19.Nd4 Nd7 20.Bd6 Rc8
21.Rh2 Nf8 22.Rd2 Bd7 23.h4 Nh7 24.Nb3 Nc6 25.Nc5 e5 26.fxe5 Nf8 27.
Nxb7 Ne6 28.Bxa6 Ne7 29.Bb4 Rc6 30.Bb5 Nc8 31.Rad1 Nb6 32.Bxc6 Bxc6
33.Rd8+ Nxd8 34.Rxd8# 1-0