Monday, January 25, 2016

Gene Simmons Move Your Chess Piece Forward

I am from Maine. You find it in the northeast corner of the United States. I listen to business marketing experts such as Mike From Maine and John Lee Dumas with his EO Fire podcast. We were from Maine even if we don't live there now.

Gene Simmons, lead singer of KISS, contacted John Lee Dumas to be interviewed. Simmons told JLD how important it is in life to communicate clearly. Imagine you are applying for a job along with others. The man who has the power to hire you sets your resume aside and says, "So tell me about yourself." Gene Simmons said, "those first few words you open your mouth and say... will either move your chess piece forward and get you closer to getting that job, or you're going to go right back in line."

Ray Haines from Maine moves his chess pieces forward. He won a Colle System with his own style of play. Ray played a Game/30 vs JOACHIMELBEN from Germany. Ray kept fighting and was rewarded. Haines noted at his 30th move: "I missed the best line, but this is a fast time control and I played the first idea I had. The notes that follow would have been stronger." He added Rybka analysis below.

Haines - Joachimelben, Chess24, 23.01.2016 begins 1.d4 d5 2.e3 c6 [If Black wants a Slav type set-up, it might make sense to play 2...Bf5 here.] 3.Bd3 Nf6 4.Nf3 Bg4 5.Nbd2 Nbd7 6.h3 Bh5 7.Qe2 Qc7 8.c4 [8.e4 looks good here with slightly better open lines for White.] 8...dxc4 [White stands better after this natural move. Black could play more aggressively with 8...e5!=] 9.Nxc4 b5 10.Ncd2 e5 11.g4 Bg6 12.dxe5 Nxe5 13.Nxe5 Qxe5 14.Nf3 [14.f4 Bxd3 15.fxe5 Bxe2 16.Kxe2 Nd7 17.Nf3=] 14...Qc7 [Backing off leaves White with a good game. Black is better after the subtle move 14...Qd5!=/+ due to White's weak points at d3, f3, and h3.] 15.0-0 Bd6 16.a4 b4 17.b3 0-0 18.Bb2 Nd5?! [18...Ne4=] 19.Rac1 Rfe8 20.Bxg6 hxg6 21.Qc4 Rac8 22.Rfd1 Qe7 23.Qd4 f6 24.Nh4 [Houdini found that combination 24.Rxc6! Rxc6 25.Qxd5+ Qe6 26.Qxe6+ Rxe6 27.Nd4+/-] 24...Be5 25.Nxg6 Qf7 26.Nxe5 fxe5 27.Qe4 Rf8 28.Rd2 Nf6 29.Qxe5 Qxb3 30.Qe7 [Rybka 4: 30.g5! Nh5 31.g6 Nf6 32.Qf5 Rcd8 33.Rxd8 Rxd8 34.Bxf6 gxf6 35.Rxc6 Qd1+ 36.Kh2 Qd7 37.Qxf6 b3 38.Ra6 Rf8 39.Qb2 Qc7+ 40.f4 Rb8 41.Re6 Qc2+ 42.Qxc2 bxc2 43.Rc6+- "] 30...Rf7 31.Rd8+ [31.Qe5!=] 31...Rxd8 [31...Kh7!-+] 32.Qxd8+ Rf8 33.Qd4 Qxa4 34.g5 Nh5 35.g6 Qb5 36.Rc5 Qe2 37.Qh4 Qxb2? [Black draws with 37...Qd1+ 38.Kh2 Qe2 39.Kg2 Qf3+ 40.Kg1=] 38.Qc4+ 1-0

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