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FORMAT: White Person vs. Black Person - Date - Rules - Description  (White Score - Black Score)



Pete vs. Chris - Download entire archive - 11 kilobytes

Total of entries received of this matchup: 11 matches - Pete: 9 games - 1,486,050 - Chris: 2 games - 851,470
 

1.  Pete vs. Chris - August 27, 2001 - 20/game - This was a loss for Chris since pretty much the first capture. (185,550 - 27,280)

2.  Pete vs. Chris - September 3, 2001 - 20/game - Very interesting game if I do say so myself... unfortunatly, my queen got trapped and that was the end of that - and I got my official butt-whipping. I'll be interested in any analysis I get... (13,690 - 261,290)

3.  Chris vs. Pete - September 4, 2001 (game 1) - 20/game - Two knight forks on Pete's part did Chris in here.  Although Pete got rung up with a "reacher" late in the game - the rare king fork did him in officially. (46,660 - 160,710)

4.  Pete vs. Chris - September 4, 2001 (game 2) - 20/game - The comeback of the year - Pete loses his queen early (because he's dumb!), but he turns an eight point deficit into a six point win!  The key play?  Chris checks me, but Pete blocks the checker... and in doing so performs a RARE counter-check!  This leads to the losing of the rook, and that was key this game. (It turned what was a two point deficit into a three point advantage)  Chris also blames his losing of the bishop as well... (139,860 - 53,170)

5.  Chris vs. Pete - September 20, 2001 - 20/game - First try at getting the rook out at the onset... he loses it early thanks to a releasing of a bishop to take the early two point lead. (49,880 - 146,070)

6.  Pete vs. Chris - September 21, 2001 (game 1) - 20/game - Second try at getting the rook out at the onset... he loses it early thanks to a releasing of a bishop to take the early two point lead.  This game also features an en passant.  It also features both players foolishly losing their queens - and in Chris's instance, the game. (185,830 - 34,760)

7.  Pete vs. Chris - September 21, 2001 (game 2) - 20/game - This is definate evidence of the bug I identified in Version 7.5.  The scores switched, but the players did not.  This was also before the rule change in Version 7.5 as well which the final score at the end of the description accounts for.  Third try at getting the rook out at the onset... he loses it early thanks to a releasing of a bishop to take the early two point lead.  This one was an absolute slaughtering. (182,430 - 33,410)

8.  Chris vs. Pete - September 23, 2001 (game 1) - 20/game - Fourth try at getting the rook out at the onset... and this time he doesn't lose it early.  :)  He still got slaughtered, though. (12,830 - 180,300)

9.  Pete vs. Chris - September 23, 2001 (game 2) - 20/game - This is was a good game played by both - he discarded my advantage (knights) early to make it much more competitive.  Still lost, though thanks to an H rank passed pawn.  (55,610 - 124,330)

10.  Pete vs. Chris - September 24, 2001 - 20/game - This was just goofy - but it gave Chris is first win in eight games.  The decider was a foolish move on my part to draw the rook without the knight - forgot a bishop was waiting for me.  The end game was just a huge mob of pieces by Chris to take the big butt whipping. (17,140 - 207,280)

11.  Chris vs. Pete - September 25, 2001 - 20/game - This is the best game so far by this rivalry.  The only bad move was on my part for leaving a pawn unprotected.  One key move was Black's pawn forking White's Queen and Knight.  Notice a HUGE battle forming around round 20.  The spoiled move was, in my opinion - trapping white's rook where he was captured no matter where it went.  (69,300 - 150,140)

Total of entries received of this matchup: 11 matches - Pete: 9 games - 1,486,050 - Chris: 2 games - 851,470