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|Dec-26-04|| ||Whitehat1963: Extremely well played from the player of the day. 29. dxc6 is well calculated to lethal effect. |
|Jan-27-05|| ||Saruman: <Whitehat1963> True, but maybe the real combination begins after 28.exd5.
Of course ot 33.-fxg6? because of 34.Rg7+ Kh8 35.Rb7+ ( ). |
|May-03-05|| ||OneArmedScissor: This game needs more publicity!!!|
|May-03-05|| ||knightspot: 27 ... d5 gave away a pawn, but 28 ... Bf5 seems to have given away the whole farm. Wasn't 28 ... Rb6 a viable option, or was Black to greedy to keep the attack trained on the c2 square?|
|May-03-05|| ||BeautyInChess: c7 shocking and good.|
|May-03-05|| ||Shams: <knightspot> 28...Rb6 29.d5 . black is already down a piece, I think ...Bf5 was pure desperation. Oll's play is very impressive here. I guess in hindsight black looks lost after 20...e5 but for the life of me I can't suggest anything else.|
|May-04-05|| ||knightspot: okay shams, you go back and back and back trying to find where it started, and you find Oll was just plain better. got it.|
|May-04-05|| ||Sneaky: You gotta love Oll. When it comes to attacking, Lembit Oll said "Dammit All!"|
|Jul-11-05|| ||aw1988: <Sneaky> I thought it was Dembit not Dammit.|
|Sep-23-05|| ||Granite: WOW - that is all.|
|Sep-01-06|| ||Heathen Tory: Oll he had to do was Lembit have it. Sorry I have bit of a cold at present.|
|Oct-20-06|| ||OneArmedScissor: Is there any analysis on this game?|
|Jun-24-09|| ||erwinkru71939: Well played.On the move 29th he quit a Queen by two Roocks and two pawns and better position to attack the black King. It was well calculated.|
|Aug-07-09|| ||WhiteRook48: this game is great!|
|Apr-23-12|| ||Garech: Fantastic game from the player of the day!
|Apr-24-12|| ||LoveThatJoker: GOTD: Oll Immortal
PS. Good job commenting on this game, Garech! This game is worthy of being in any book of greatest chess games of all-time.
|May-02-12|| ||xthred: Incredible!|
|Jun-16-12|| ||piltdown man: The player of the Black pieces was a grandmaster? You'd never know it, he played like I do. (Badly!)|
|Jun-16-12|| ||sevenseaman: What a master class! GOTD is late enough, how about POTD? Umpteen places for a choice but <40. c7> will be tough to beat.|
|Jun-16-12|| ||rilkefan: Stockfish thinks ...Nxd3 was necessary on move 17 or earlier. 15...Ne8 (or 15...h6 with 16...Nh7 [unless 16.g5] or ...d5 or ...Nxd3) was a rather better chance, though with accurate if obvious play white retains a half-pawn advantage (25 plies). It reckons black is about equal after 14...Qc7 or 14...Be8 (with white needing to find good moves) but chooses (26 plies, 1 Gnode) 14...Nxd3 15.Qxd3 b4 16.Nce2 Qc7 17.Rc1 Qb7 18.Ng3 d5 with a very small edge (-0.2, now actually with 15.cxd3, which I had suggested out of curiosity).|
|Jun-16-12|| ||FSR: Dang, this guy was a genius. A shame that he killed himself.|
|Jun-16-12|| ||Tiggler: Great game by W. His knight was hanging on d4 for six moves after 20... e5 before he played 26. Nf3!
That same knight later torments the B king and plays the winning discovered check on move 39.|
|Jun-16-12|| ||Tiggler: < piltdown man: The player of the Black pieces was a grandmaster? You'd never know it, he played like I do. (Badly!) >|
Azmaiparasvili was rated 2703 in July 2003, curently 2637 and ranked 132 in the world at age 52. So what is your FIDE rating piltdown? Or are you a fake like your namesake?
|Jun-16-12|| ||PhilFeeley: Anytime you get to sac your queen is a good time!|
|Jun-16-12|| ||hedgeh0g: What a beautiful game.
The fact it was played against such an a****** makes it all the more satisfying.
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