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|Jan-14-07|| ||dzechiel: Found moves 25, 26 & 31. Wish I had found 'em all. The epaulet mate at the end is very pretty.|
|Jan-15-07|| ||kevin86: A very exciting game with sacs and a great mate-an unorthodox form of epaulette mate. Here,the defending king is flanked by two knights instead of two rooks!|
|Apr-21-07|| ||chessgames.com: <Premium Members> For a special treat today, why not review the GOTD Guess-the-Move style?|
Guess-the-Move: Hoi vs Gulko, 1988
From now on, we'll be making an effort to preload the GOTD into Guess-the-Move format for people who want to use it as an alternative to the normal java viewers.
|Apr-21-07|| ||Sularus: Hoi Ploy = hoi polloi, the masses..|
|Apr-21-07|| ||Themofro: A stunningily beautiful mating attack to culminate a brilliant game by Hoi.|
|Apr-21-07|| ||kevin86: A brilliant attack! A nice way to finish: a queen sac into an epaulette mate!|
|Apr-22-07|| ||ChessStar99: I don't understand why Black can't use knight to take queen. I know I'm not seeing something, can any of you guys point it out to me?|
|Apr-22-07|| ||keypusher: 21...Nxh7 22. Rg6 is checkmate -- an epaulette mate as an earlier kibitzer put it. Beautiful, not the sort of thing you expect to find in a real game!|
|May-23-07|| ||jmrulez2004: next time when you make a mate as beautiful and sexy as thisd...say this" I pulled a Hoi!":D|
|Jun-29-08|| ||Jim Bartle: Seirawan jokingly blamed his draw on the adjacent board because he tried to guess Hoi's moves more than his opponent's...|
|Jul-06-08|| ||cyruslaihy: i suspect the attack is entirely speculative, even i would choose to attack if my K side is shattered like that. white just gotta attack and finish the game before he goes into an inferior endgame. anyway, the mate is nice, and i don't see why everything should be flawless in over the board play.|
|Jul-21-08|| ||arsen387: what an incredible mating attack! Rxg7, Bxh6, Nxd6 and Qh7 are really moves from puzzles. Hoi must be proud for such an outstanding game. I think it reqiured strong nerves to play Bxh6, as the black K can't be allowed to e7 where it looks pretty safe.|
|Nov-27-08|| ||ppeti84: WOW...what a game!!|
|Dec-11-08|| ||Poisonpawns: This game was given the "Best Combination " Prize in the 1988 Chess Olympiad.|
|Jul-25-10|| ||dcazden: Wow...managed to score 64 on guess the move, but I play qp openings. I didn't see the epaulet mate and missed Nd6 even though I was looking at it on a previous move. Beautiful attacking game.|
|Aug-03-10|| ||sevenseaman: Excellent Q gambit. It locks all doors.|
|Aug-29-10|| ||nvrennvren: this is completely a trap..|
|Aug-04-11|| ||50movesaheadofyou: I love the maneuverings that lead to the attack. <21.h4!> to open the file. it's how ya do it son.|
|Dec-13-12|| ||Fusilli: What a stunning attack.|
|Dec-14-12|| ||Shams: <Fusilli> Yes, an amazing game. A la Morphy at the Opera House, the queen is the final piece sacrificed to achieve a mate with rook and bishop only left on the board.|
|Dec-14-12|| ||SimonWebbsTiger: @<fusilli> and <shams>|
we have a little joke in Denmark that Carsten has been dining out on that one ever since!
But why not? Gulko is, as many might recall, a man who had Kasparov's number around that time (similar to Korchnoi with Tal and Geller with Fischer), a phenomenally strong Soviet GM and champ before leaving for the USA.
Carsten is also a past master of these Queen Pawn Openings. He has won countless attacking games in Danish championships and League chess.
|Dec-14-12|| ||Shams: <SimonWebbsTiger> <a phenomenally strong Soviet GM and champ before leaving for the USA.>|
Whereupon Gulko also won the US Championship-- the only player to win both. Between that and his plus score against Kasparov, Gulko's c.v. is impressive indeed, so he makes a great trophy for Høi's wall.
|Jan-16-13|| ||Eduardo Bermudez: Bravo Carsten !!|
|Feb-24-14|| ||Morphized: one of my favorite games ever. Qh7# was just incredibly pretty! Makes me think of a Morphy game. Cheers!|
|Feb-03-17|| ||20MovesAhead: Carsten shows that he is not one of the hoi polloi|
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