Blitz Chess #363: Grob’s Attack

This is a blitz chess game I played as white with time control 5|0. The opening played was the Grob’s Attack which is likely the most committal start to a chess game. The weaknesses the Grob’s Attack creates within white’s kingside basically mean’s the white king cannot find himself a home there. Not surprisingly, a sharp position is quickly on board when white obtains a lead in development in exchange for a pawn. With the Grob’s Attack, white should seek light-square pressure.

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1. g4 d5 2. Bg2 c6 3. h3 e5 4. d3 Bd6 5. c4 d4 6. Nd2 h5 7. Ne4 hxg4 8. hxg4 Rxh1 9. Bxh1 Bxg4 10. Qb3 Bc8 11. Bg5 Be7 12. Nf3 f5 13. c5 Qd5 14. Qxd5 cxd5 15. Bxe7 dxe4 16. Nxe5 Nxe7 17. dxe4 Nbc6 18. Nc4 f4 19. Kd2 Be6 20. Nd6+ Kd7 21. b4 Nxb4 22. Rb1 Nec6 23. a3 Na6 24. Rxb7+ Nc7 25. e5 Rh8 26. Be4 Nxe5 27. Nb5 Rc8 28. c6+ Nxc6 29. Kd3 a6 30. Nxd4 Nxd4 31. Kxd4 Kd6 32. Rb6+ Ke7 33. Ke5 g5 34. Rb7 a5 35. a4 Kd7 36. Rb6 Rf8 37. Rd6+ Ke7 38. Rc6 Kd7 39. Rd6+ Kc8 40. Bc6 Rf5+ 41. Ke4 g4 42. Rd1 g3 43. fxg3 fxg3 44. Rg1 Rc5 45. Bb5 g2 46. Ke3 Nd5+ 47. Kf2 Nc3 48. Ke3 Nxb5 49. axb5 Rxb5 50. Kd4

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