|Sep-12-03|| ||ksadler: Another game with great positional play, sacrifices and combinations by Capablanca. Most of us can only dream of getting a position as Black like Capablanca did after 14. g1. |
|Dec-17-04|| ||Whitehat1963: I definitely don't understand the sacrifices in this game, (a game that features the opening of the day). I can't see the dangers. (Still, you have to love 21... Rxe6.) Someone help. |
|Dec-17-04|| ||Saruman: 38.Ke3 Qxg3+ 39.Ke2 (Kd2 Nc4+ and Qxd6)Bf3+ 40.Kd2 Nc4+ 41.Bxc4 Qxd6( ). |
|Dec-17-04|| ||Whitehat1963: But, for instance, why not 28. gxf4? |
|Dec-17-04|| ||Chessical: <Whitehat1963> Your move may be better than Corzo's, but it still leaves him with an inferior ending:|
<28.gxf4> gxf4+ 29.Kf2 fxe3+ 30.Kxe3 Bxh1 31.Kxd2 Rg1 32.Bh3 Rxe1 33.Kxe1 d5 34.cxd5 Bxd5
<30.c5?> loses quickly.
|Jul-08-05|| ||THE pawn: why did he play 11.kf2?|
|Jul-08-05|| ||Anastasia: <the pawn> 11.0-0-0 Bg7 12.qxg7 qxe3+ looks dangerous|
cool game, 20.ne6 looked good until 21..rxe6
|Aug-21-05|| ||Anastasia: hey wadaya know im right again|
|Jan-28-10|| ||Rama: 10. ... g6!, offers the rook: 11. Qxh8 Qxe3+, 12. Kd1 Nd3!, 13. Bxd3 Bxd3, 14. Qc3 Bg7!, winning. |
15. ... g5!, seeks to break the annoying pin on the e-file decisively: 16. fxg5 Be5!, 17. Bxe5 dxe5, and the pin is broken. Black will regain the pawn, control the open g-file and obtain a mobile center pawn. It would be unwise for white to try to defend the g-pawn with 18. h4. :)
The fight continues to swirl around the black g-pawn with 27. ... Nd2!, since 28. gxf4 gxf4+! wins as above.
Capa owed a lot to that infantryman.
|Jul-16-10|| ||sevenseaman: A positional delight, is the appropriate description. Capa often creates very complex positions but this is like kindergarten. <Whitehat> at 47 you may have already found the clarity.|
|Aug-28-12|| ||master of defence: Why not 11.Qxh8?|
|Aug-29-12|| ||TheFocus: <master of defence>< Why not 11.Qxh8?>|
11. Qxh8 Qxe3+ 12. Kd1 Ne4 and mate after 13. Nf2+.
Or, 11.Qxh8 Qxe3+ 12.Be2 Bd3 13.Kf1 Qxe2+ 14.Kg1 Qe3 mate.