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|Jul-12-09|| ||ketchuplover: Why not 7...g3 or Bxg5?|
|Nov-12-09|| ||birthtimes: Interesting that White is 3-0 after getting to 7.Qh5!|
|Nov-12-09|| ||birthtimes: Nezh understood the concept of co-ordinating one's pieces. For example, 10.Qg4 is in co-ordination with White's knight on c3 which threatens to take on d5 since Black's c8 bishop is unprotected. And 12.Nh3 followed by 14.Nf4 co-ordinates well with the c3 knight and the e3 queen in putting pressure on d5 and e6, and with the e2 bishop in putting pressure on h6.|
18. Bf3 puts co-ordinates well with the two knights by putting additional pressure on d5, and 19.Qe2 co-ordinates well with bishop and knight to increase the pressure on h5. 20. Rhe1 co-ordinates well with queen and knight to put further pressure on e6, and he also could have won two different times with a knight sac, namely 20.Ncxd5 or 23.Ncxe6!!!
|Mar-31-12|| ||iamdeafzed: What I find most hilarious about this game is how Super Nezh sacrificed two knights to get at the black king, then won black's queen after losing a rook, then did a rook "sacrifice" designed to win two minor pieces and then...gives back the queen. Only to trap black's extra knight, leaving Nezh with a won rook and minor piece ending.|
Brilliant play by Nezh.
|Mar-31-12|| ||rilkefan: I was surprised by 29.Rxd8 instead of simply Rxf8+. After ...Rhxf8 30.Qe2 white has a mating attack with Q+B+pawns and black is dropping h5 and more.|
I guess there's something to be said for simplifying to an obviously won endgame though, and capturing the knight is a lot more elegant than the above.
|Apr-03-12|| ||iamdeafzed: @ rilkefan
I don't really see where white's "mating attack" (as you put it) would proceed after your suggested line. Did you have something else in mind after Qe2?
Given what I see in the position right now, I think I would have preferred Nezh's way...seems to leave black's remaining pieces more uncoordinated.
|Apr-04-12|| ||rilkefan: Well, I don't know if there's a forced mate in n, but black has to be careful to hang onto his king and should drop his pawns while doing so. Consider 30... Nc6 31. Bxh5+ Kg7 32. Qg4+ Kh8 33. Bg6 f5 34. Qh5+ Kg7 35. Bxf5 Rf6 36. Qh7+ Kf8 37. g4 Rdd6 38.Qxc7.|
|Oct-10-13|| ||Check It Out: Nez's games always seem to have a magical quality.|
|Oct-10-13|| ||King Sacrificer: Nezhmetdinov never lets Pimenov take a breath. Giving the initiative and trying to defend against such a player is useless. He has 15-4-4 record in the database against French Defense, with six of the wins including sacrifice.|
|Oct-10-13|| ||Abdel Irada: White conducts an <upright> attacking game as is characteristic of him.|
(Pun awful but intended.)
|Oct-10-13|| ||Cemoblanca: The good old Nez. Always nice to watch. :) Personaly, I liked 28.Rxe8! and 29.Rxd8! for its simplicity and I felt sorry for the 2 N's in this game. ;)|
|Oct-10-13|| ||PaulLovric: I think 29. Rxd8 is the move that separates the club player from the master? anyone?|
|Oct-10-13|| ||KlingonBorgTatar: What a pity.An RSFSR Champion , Nezh was never awarded the Grandmaster Title. It is still not too late. Somebody should bang at the doors of Fide's Titles Committee.|
|Oct-10-13|| ||Kikoman: position after 31. a3
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nice game :D
|Oct-10-13|| ||PaulLovric: It is not too late? huh, he's been dead for 40 years, so it is too late <KlingonBorgTatar>....being a Tatar you should know this|
|Oct-10-13|| ||Travis Bickle: Nezhmetdinov, what a creative and ferocious attacker! He sacs both of his Knights and then his Queen and has black torn apart!|
|Oct-10-13|| ||kevin86: White will win the knight-so white is now FOUR pawns ahead. Black couldn't stand the oncoming stampede and resigned.|
|Oct-10-13|| ||pericles of athens: Calling all Wheel fans - is this a before and after pun? Methinks yes.|
|Oct-10-13|| ||Penguincw: 31...Nc6 32.Bxd5+ Ke7 33.Bxc6 should be winning, as white is up 4 pawns.|
|Oct-10-13|| ||Bishoprick: Absolutely grizzly demolition job. He never lets up. Wow!|
|Oct-10-13|| ||Shams: <pericles> I don't get what the 'after' part would be here.|
|Oct-11-13|| ||pericles of athens: <Shams> On second look, you could be right. |
Just for the record, my favorite before and after of all time is "Dave Coulier-germeister".
|Oct-11-13|| ||vanderyacht: Why does black play 15...Kd8 instead of waiting a few moves and castling, and why does black play 25...Qxe6 instead of Nxe6?|
|Oct-11-13|| ||Shams: <pericles> I don't think I get either half of that one!|
<vanderyacht> I don't see a crusher for White after 15...c6 or 15...Qe7 but neither move looks very good after 16.0-0-0. In the former case, how does Black develop his queenside to facilitate castling? And placing the queen on e7 when a rook will soon come to e1 is hardly a response to White's threat of Nxd5.
25...Nxe6 is met by 26.Bxd5 immediately regaining the piece. White has a material advantage and an easily winning attack. With the game continuation at least Black kept his material edge for a couple moves.
|Oct-11-13|| ||Abdel Irada: This is one occasion where the pun simply doesn't seem to measure up to the game (in fact, I think it's rather weak, since it appears to rely on a mispronunciation of Pimenov).|
For future punning purposes involving Nezhmetdinov games, it may be profitable to bear in mind that his first name, Rashid, is Arabic for "upright." (Think of Harun al-Rashid in the _1001 Nights_.)
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