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|Sep-26-09|| ||AnalyzeThis: Petrosian's games are very enjoyable to play over.|
|Sep-26-09|| ||HeMateMe: Not quite so charismatic, is he the Rodney Dangerfield of world champions ('I don't get no respect!)?|
|Oct-03-09|| ||twoinchgroup: <Since you have been a member here for only 4 days, I will be patient with you. Read the CG rules for posting. These Fischer posts have no relavence to this page. They don't belong here. There is a Fischer page where this kind of "discussion" goes on seemingly forever.>|
CG rule for posting has been read and noted. However, my comment still stands . It's people like you that caused such an uptight rule to be established in the first place. Let it go and let people be. You're going to be "patient" with me? You egotistical so and so. I'd like to have you face to face with me and see whether or not you would attempt such condescension. I doubt it.
|Feb-02-10|| ||Lucid Faia: It's not a question of whether it's against the rules.|
Some of us just don't want fanboys littering games with this puerile Fischer crap. There's a better place for that.
|Mar-24-10|| ||babamjan: i am kind of a beginner. can anyone help me by answering. what was the reason for kasparov's move #11 (Bf1)??|
|Mar-24-10|| ||Spell Binder: <babamjan> White wants to attack on the queenside and needs open lines to do so. He extracts the Bishop from c4 and places it back to f1 so as not to hinder his queenside plan of action. He transfers it to g2 to add support to h3 before castling short. From g2, it can keep an eye on Black's queenside. Hope that helps.|
|Apr-13-10|| ||babamjan: <Spell Binder> thank you so very much for the help. i appriciate it.|
|May-13-10|| ||BillTaylor10: oh what hot damn.. kasparov is the greatest ever you imbeciles|
|Sep-15-10|| ||babamjan: <BillTaylor10> being an armenian myself i hate to be the bearer of bad news but i gotta tell u it doesn't appear so in this game though.|
|Sep-15-10|| ||fab4: This game leaves a funny impression. Like an old gunfighter/sheriff dealing with a young gunslinging upstart by holding him down on the head whilst the upstart is swinging and thrashing wildly at him. lol|
|Nov-12-10|| ||Tigranny: How would a match between Tigran and Kasparov be like?|
|Aug-06-11|| ||HOTDOG: 36.Bxc7! bxc4 37.Rb7! Rxc7 38.Rxa6+ Rxa6 39.Qb5+ Kd6 40.Qxa6+ Ke7 41.Bxd5 Rxb7 42.Bxb7 Qb8 43.Kf2 =|
|Dec-13-11|| ||brankat: A brilliant game by Petrosian!|
|Dec-14-11|| ||RookFile: I appreciate the fact the Petrosian castled queenside. Let's see, Kassparov has the bishop on g2 lined up against b7, with an a4 and b5 possibility - I'll just castle right into that. Pretty unbelievable, I think.|
|Mar-11-12|| ||lopezexchange: Tigranny: It would have been a Petrosian victory by a wide margin. Perfect defense vs speculative attacks give the edge to the defense. Similar to Kramnik Kasparov match, but wider margin.|
|Mar-11-12|| ||ewan14: Petrosian had certainly taken his iron tablets that day ! !|
|Mar-11-12|| ||eyalbd: Petrosian had formidable tactical ability and all his rivals knew that very well. Fischer once said that if Petrosian had adopted tactical style no one could feel safe against him.|
We see it here. Young Kasparov tried to mate the Tiger but was outsmarted in his own playground.
Fischer got some free lessons too, and eventually could overcome Petrosian only by simple and positional chess (years 1970-1971)
|Apr-05-12|| ||OhioChessFan: I agree with <Rookfile> about the Queenside castling. Quickly playing through the game that just jumped off the board at me. What was Petrosian thinking? "Let's see. His Bishop and Queen are staring down the diagonals toward the Queenside, he can push his a and b Pawns, it's Kasparov. Meh, why not? 0-0-0"|
|Apr-05-12|| ||King Death: < kamalakanta: <Travis Bickle: Fischer beat the hell out of Petrosian and Petro squashed Kaspy like a bug. Hmm = Fischer is The greatest Player of all time!!!>
...and Geller had a plus score against Fischer. That makes Geller the best player of all time!>|
But Spassky had a plus score against Geller. I guess Spassky was the greatest. Then there's the fact that Spassky was minus against Botvinnik, so Mikhail Moiseevich must be even greater.
|Apr-05-12|| ||Penguincw: Impressive. Petrosian's defence is no match for Kasparov's attack.|
|Apr-05-12|| ||maelith: The young Kasparov learned from this game, and in their later game Kasparov beat Petrosian in impressive fashion..|
|Apr-05-12|| ||ephesians: <Penquincw: Impressive. Petrosian's defence is no match for Kasparov's attack. >|
Petrosian won this game. Does that represent a problem to this theory?
|Apr-06-12|| ||Penguincw: < ephesians: <Penquincw: Impressive. Petrosian's defence is no match for Kasparov's attack. >|
Petrosian won this game. Does that represent a problem to this theory? >
Oops. For some reason, I thought it was 1-0.
|Jun-05-12|| ||yiotta: Petrosian was the "What, me worry?" player of all times. He had tremendous confidence in his defensive abilities. A uniquely entertaining player. Talk about "Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee."|
|Aug-04-12|| ||rannewman: I realy like 19...f5! took me some time to understand it (well, I hope I did). If 20.g:f g:f 21.Q:e6 f5! 22.Bd5 Nf8! 23.Qf7 Rh7! (the immidiate C:d5 doesn't work due to 24 Qg7)and now if 24. Qg8 then C:d5 traps the queen, even if it takes severl moves just to attack her!|
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