|Jun-10-05|| ||Pretzel Logic: Wow, I'm the first in! (Ooooh, making love for the very first time...)|
Well, it was somewhere on Chess base, something about Keres, how in this tournament, his score would have won any other candidates Tournament ever played.
They said,in this game, that Keres missed a win. Didn't see it. The two pieces for a rook look nice, but they're bogged down, no way to open up the position, apparently. Does anyone see a win for White?
|Jun-10-05|| ||Shams: hmm, I don't. 17.Rfd1 looks like it could be improved upon, although I couldn't find much of an edge with 17.Be3 instead.|
|Feb-10-06|| ||Hesam7: Apparently 19. Bg5 was a blunder. After 18... Qxd8, |
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19. g4 Qe7 20. g5 Nd7 21. h4 Rd6 22. b4 Ba7 23. b5 a5 24. Rb1 Bb6 25. Ng4 Qe6 26. bxc6 Rxc6 27. Be3 Rc3 28. Rb5 Bxe3 29. Nxe3 (eval: -0.14)
|Oct-28-08|| ||PeterB: According to Bouwmeester, Tal's 24..Kf8 was the real killer, as White then has to take on f6 with the pawn, killing his own attack!|
|Feb-02-11|| ||talisman: game of the day.|
|Feb-03-11|| ||perfidious: This was Tal's only win to set against three losses in his mini-match with Keres from this event, despite his decisive victory overall.|