Amazing Game: Bullet (Speed) Chess: Most beautiful bullet chess game ever played ?! – Brilliancy!

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[Event “ICC 1 0”]
[Site “Internet Chess Club”]
[Date “2001.07.03”]
[Round “?”]
[White “Hawkeye”]
[Black “The-Joker”]
[Result “0-1”]
[ECO “B00”]
[WhiteElo “2778”]
[BlackElo “2760”]
[PlyCount “48”]
[EventDate “2001.??.??”]
[TimeControl “60”]

1. e4 Nc6 2. Nc3 e5 3. g3 Bc5 4. Bg2 Nf6 5. Nge2 d6 6. h3 Bb6 7. O-O O-O 8. Kh2
Re8 9. f4 exf4 10. gxf4 Ng4+ 11. Kg3 (11. hxg4 Qh4+ 12. Bh3 Bxg4 13. Ng1 Bxg1+
14. Kxg1 Bxd1) 11… Nf2 12. Rxf2 Qh4+ (12… Bxf2+ 13. Kxf2 Qh4+ 14. Kf1 Bxh3
15. d3 f5) 13. Kxh4 Bxf2+ 14. Ng3 Re6 15. Kg4 (15. Qh5 Rh6 16. Qxh6 gxh6 17.
Nd1) 15… Nd4 16. f5 Rg6+ 17. Kf4 (17. Kh5 Rxg3 18. Qf1 g6+ 19. Kh6 Be1 20.
Nd5 gxf5 21. d3 Rg6+ 22. Kh5) (17. Kh4 Bxf5 18. exf5 Nxf5+ 19. Kh5 Nxg3+ 20.
Kh4 Ne2+ 21. Kh5 Nf4#) 17… Rxg3 18. Qf1 (18. Qg4 Rxg4+ 19. hxg4 Nxc2) 18…
g5+ 19. fxg6 Ne6+ 20. Kf5 Ng7+ (20… Rf3+ 21. Bxf3 fxg6+ 22. Kg4 h5#) 21. Kf6
Rxg6+ (21… Kf8) 22. Ke7 Re6+ (22… Bh4+ 23. Qf6 Bxf6#) 23. Kd8 Bb6 (23…
Bh4+ 24. Qf6 Bxf6+ 25. Kxc7 Ne8#) 24. Nd5 (24. Qb5 Kf8 (24… Rxe4 25. Nxe4 Kf8
26. Qe8+) 25. Na4 Bd7+ 26. Kxd7 Re7#) 24… Re8# {White checkmated} 0-1

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  1. on 04:04 white king should just move to h1, and after knight f2, rook xf2, after that black is better because he got a rook for a knight but it's still not a check mate. if queen h4, then knight g1. it's still risky but not mate. if black black bishop doesn't take rook, and plays queen h4, then rook f3, and after white bishop g4, rook d3. there is no chance to take that pawn h3

  2. i rofled when he said they were grandmasters, but ok it's a nice game indeed…

  3. How is this all even possible in a 1 minute game?

  4. It's clear that white fell into a prepared line. Nothing really remarkable here with respect to the amount of time consumed.

  5. Joker played all in 26 seconds
    What a great chess brain he has

  6. For the love of God….stop with the "If I give you 10 seconds…starting from…right….now" crap.  Jeez….

  7. This game was pretty crazy. Dude's king is on the complete opposite side lol

  8. i saw kings who abandons his army goes and surrenders to the other king in cinema films.. it became true in chess too.. very interesting game…

  9. black lured whites king in and raped it. scary for 1 minute~~~

  10. whites an idiot for those early pawn moves weakening his 2nd rank

  11. Good night… I was surfing the web when I've found this game… Hawkeye vs TheJoker… I've look at many comments, but I didn't read that in move 22 for white Ke7… 22 for black is Bh4+! and after unique Qf6 blocking… is Bf6++ checkmate if I'm not wrong… bye!

  12. So basically, the king got kidnapped and taken into the layer of the other kingdom. Based on the analysis, his queen could have chased after him and sacrificed herself to delay the capture, but the capture was inevitable.

  13. Interesting analysis. Definite time pressure on white, his moves would've been much stronger on a 6 or 10 minute game.

  14. Yes a relentless attack on the King very good

  15. 22 move Ke7 i thing there was faster win- Bh4+ am I right?

  16. thank you a lot! this game is really amazing! O_O

  17. This opening is called the "Lone King Attack" Not play'd too often.
    Thanks KC for this masterpiece and for the interesting post mortem. It's 2015 and it's still a masterpiece.

  18. This is one of the most beautifully complex king hunts I've ever seen.

  19. When I first saw this, I was wondering why Qh5 wasn't played either. White would've been heavily up in material at that point…then again, it is a bullet chess game so…

  20. wow Amazing game ! This tells that Chess Like life is unpredicatable.. you never know which lines leads to CHECKMATE ! ITS all about possibilty thinking Black Thought Checkmate from the beginning , despite getting HIS QUEEN SACRIFICED , Beautiful.

  21. 8:23 instead of Kh4 he shoulda played pawn f5 then black is too short on material to win the game

  22. cgess is a game all about patience process and observation did Blacks know to kill his own queen from the very start my answer is no but he controlled the game beautifully hes not thinking about keeping his best pieces hes thinking on checkmate only with the pieces hes got near the king and it worked out brillantly for him if this wasnt bullet chess I think white would have made less mistakes and black wouldnt have sacrificed his queen like that but thats my opinion great game though

  23. What a disaster for white. I don't think you can top Fischer-Spassky game 6 WCC 1972 for beauty though.

  24. I was a gr8 fan of Roland when he was active at ICC and a very gentle person!

  25. 18- Qg4-g5+ 19-Qxg5-Rxg5 20. Kxg5- Nxc2 21. Rb1-…….etc

  26. Mate on the 8th rank looks cooler anyways.

  27. I found QB5. It also stops C6 Checkmate, which is the mate that white was trying to prevent with his knight. I didn't see white's continuation with moving the king closer. I saw, if C6 the queen takes bishop, so the king could then escape through the C7 square. Of course protecting against the rook check as well. Good game, and analysis.

  28. It's not actually played in 26/34s, there's a small delay each time the clock changes the player. Every player played for about a minute here.

    Still impressive as fuck.

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