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|Mar-07-06|| ||Parriotblue: <RandomVisitor> If 28.g4 Qg4+ and 29.Ng3 what about Qxf6 instead of Qf4 as you suggest? I suspect White's attack fail in that line.|
|Mar-07-06|| ||RandomVisitor: <Parriotblue>the black queen is on g4 in your line and cannot move to f6. Besides, after 28.g4 Qg4+ 29.Ng3 the only playable move is Qf4 else it is mate in 7 or less.|
After Ng3 white threatens Rxe6 and Qg7 mate. The Black Queen has been lured away from the f-pawn and cannot capture it.
|Mar-07-06|| ||RandomVisitor: In all honesty, the g4 line is a curiosity - the best move is still Nd6.|
|Mar-07-06|| ||kolobok: i thought Ng5 also wins no defense against it treating quenn h7 if black NxN then Qg7++|
|Mar-07-06|| ||Caligula: This is a little off topic, but how do I make those pictures of the board with a certain position, like in RandomVisitor's post?|
|Mar-07-06|| ||Sami Jr: <kolobok> Black is not forced to 28. Ng5 NxNg5 read my previous post:
<BUT if 28 Ng5 Qxf6 then whites plans for checkmate are foiled! 28 Nd6 is a sure bet.> |
<Woodpusher264> c7xd6 does not work for black because then 29. e1xe6 ... with white's Q delivering mate on g7 on the following move with support of pawn on f6 if black's Q does not take the pawn. If black does take the white pawn to prevent mate (29. e1Xe6 Qxf6), then the white rook takes black's Q(30. Rxf6). Either way leads to a sure victory for white making black resign.
|Mar-07-06|| ||aazqua: The problem with g4 is that after h*g4 you've conceded that you're back to square one. Nd6 wasn't too hard to find. THere just aren't that many possiblities in this position and ng5 q*p was clear to come up short.|
|Mar-07-06|| ||PaulLovric: hello in here|
|Mar-07-06|| ||PaulLovric: come on java|
|Mar-07-06|| ||RandomVisitor: <Caligula>There is a special way to represent a position on a board in FEN notation - I forget what it stands for.|
You just enter a FEN string in your post and chessgames converts it to a position.
go to GOOGLE, enter "chess FEN notation" and it should tell you how to do it.
|Mar-07-06|| ||PaulLovric: does anyone know why this is not working for me????????????|
|Mar-07-06|| ||RandomVisitor: <PaulLovric>click on the java-troubleshooting link at the top of this page, under the diagram that is obviusly not displaying for you. |
Perhaps you have java turned off in your browser.
|Mar-09-06|| ||PaulLovric: <RandomVisitor> thanks but i have done all that to no avail. i have been here and gone through thousands of games but i use a computer at work, with a department of education, who insists on only letting java to be used for educational purposes. so they ban me from using it here, what a joke! funny thing is that at times i get in and at others i can not. right now i am going through this game but yesterday i could not, go figure what are these etheral geniuses up to ;-(|
|Mar-16-06|| ||An Englishman: Good Evening: Nimzowitsch would have loved the position after 15.Re4--all 5 of White's pieces are over-protecting the pawn at e5.|
|Mar-16-06|| ||AniamL: I knew this game looked familiar... like, REALLY familiar. Didn't realize it was puzzle of the day only a week ago though!|
|Mar-16-06|| ||dakgootje: <who insists on only letting java to be used for educational purposes. so they ban me from using it here, what a joke!> LOL!|
<I knew this game looked familiar... like, REALLY familiar. Didn't realize it was puzzle of the day only a week ago though!> Yes indeed, i saw it wasnt coloured blue (you know where you click on it at the main page), so i knew i had seen, played or skipped quick trough it not too long ago... Then i saw a familiar position...and then i saw that some people 'missed' it. So i wondered how you can miss a GOTD, after which i realised it had been the puzzle of 7 march =)
|Mar-16-06|| ||backyard pawn: Polugaevsky's actual 28. Nd6 is beautiful, but I thought the knight was headed to 28. Ng5 Nothing wrong with that, is there?|
|Mar-16-06|| ||backyard pawn: Oops...28., Qxf6. Never mind!|
|Mar-16-06|| ||alexandrovm: the idea of the rook for knight exchange follow by mate or if queen takes pawn then loses the rook cannot be properly answered by black...|
|Mar-16-06|| ||EmperorAtahualpa: This last move 28.Nd6 is truly beautiful. I don't mind that this game served as a puzzle only a few days ago. Now we can worship 28.Nd6 some more. :)|
|Mar-16-06|| ||kevin86: Why the rerun? It was a fine puzzle-and the pun fit,so that's the reason.|
I really enjoyed the irony of black's dark bishop. It was a BAD bishop all game,but right after it was exchanged,it became indespensable-lol
|Mar-16-06|| ||schnarre: Hmmnnnn....wonder if there's any Guns n' Roses fans on this site.....|
|Mar-16-06|| ||Jim Bartle: Just have some Patience...|
|Mar-16-06|| ||Nostalgia: <schnarre: Hmmnnnn....wonder if there's any Guns n' Roses fans on this site....>
I'm sure there are some Beatles fans, too ;)
|Mar-16-06|| ||McCool: This looks familiar. Hmmmmm..|
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