|Dec-02-03|| ||jaime gallegos: Zungzwang at the end ! |
|Dec-02-03|| ||catfriend: I think it's "zugzwang"..
Anyway, y zugzwang?
White must play 41.Kc3 Ra2 42.Kb3 Re2 43. Bc3 f5!
Tal loses, that's right, but I wouldn't call it zugzwang. A good game, though Tal, not at his best, didn't play strongly.
|Sep-27-04|| ||ConLaMismaMano: Yes, it's zugzwang. |
|Oct-03-04|| ||Giancarlo: Hmm, an older Tal was never able to beat kaspy. Wonder if he played tal in his prime... |
|Oct-03-04|| ||Shadout Mapes: Kasparov hadn't even been born when Tal became became world champ. It's impressive that an aged Tal could still play so well though, I think white had a nice position after 19.Kb1. |
|Oct-03-04|| ||ughaibu: Forget it, 1988 Tal won the world championship ahead of Kasparov. |
|Oct-03-04|| ||WMD: I seem to remember that Tal did beat Kasparov in a blitz game in 1991 or 1992. |
|Oct-03-04|| ||Giancarlo: Well, I was talking about Standard. |
|Feb-28-06|| ||zev22407: 22)N:f5 a moove in the style of the young Tal ,he sacrifices a piece to get to the king but Kasparov was able to stand the attack.|
|Mar-05-06|| ||DeepBlade: Yea what saved Kasparov was the Black f2 pawn which sneaked through the center|
|Apr-17-07|| ||chesskoff: Kasparov beat Tal with the same defense his mentor, Botvinnik, used in the World Championship a generation earlier.|
|Oct-06-07|| ||talisman: i wonder if tal ever wondered "why so many caro-kanns me".for instance,he played over twice as many caro-kanns with white as kasparov.|
|Nov-09-07|| ||sallom89: nice game by Kaspy.|
|Sep-25-09|| ||Eggman: <<Forget it, 1988 Tal won the world championship ahead of Kasparov.>>|
Ugh. I'm sure you mean the world BLITZ championship.
|Sep-25-09|| ||slomarko: there is nothing like replying to 5 years old posts.|
|Sep-26-09|| ||walker: there is...stalking people's replies|
|Sep-26-09|| ||grkoste: "there is nothing like replying to 5 years old posts."|
As silly as talking about a chess game played 29 years ago.
|Sep-26-09|| ||Eggman: <<there is nothing like replying to 5 years old posts>>|
Hey, if the post is still there, and still misleading people, why not correct it?
|Dec-30-09|| ||jimmzeh: <As silly as talking about a chess game played 29 years ago.>|
No, because modern chess is timeless. Games played 150 years ago still have value today.
|Jul-17-11|| ||ColeTrane: it is zungzwang|
|Jul-26-11|| ||zealouspawn: zugzwang is when white could hold the position if he wasn't required to move. In this case, that's not true. Black has a winning plan if white can't move in ..f5 and moving the king up via ..Ke5, etc|