|Mar-23-03|| ||ughaibu: Thanks to Sneaky for 'collecting' this one. It'll need a serious look. |
|Oct-01-03|| ||seoulmama: Splendid! |
|Mar-24-04|| ||shr0pshire: Wow, and to think that Nezh, never got the gm title. After seeing some of his best of games, he was straigh up robbed!|
I think Nezh's best of games, beat Tal's out. Too bad Nezh wasn't more consistent with his play, or he could have been world champion, in my humble opinion.
|May-24-05|| ||farrooj: amazing mating net! took me a while to understand it. The pawn sacrifice at the end was necessary. Now the queen is threatening mate on h3. If the rook covers the hfile than Qf2 mate.|
I don't understand why Nezh wasn't as famous as other players, he clearly is amazing!
|May-24-05|| ||hintza: Nezhmetdinov never achieved the GM title either, when he clearly had the talent. There is some discussion on the Rashid Gibiatovich Nezhmetdinov page.|
|Apr-17-08|| ||sitzkrieg: I don't understand this game, more specifically the plan with 16..e3.
What if white would take on a8 at move 17? I checked it shortly with fritz 6 and it seems to be winning for white. But taking is a fairly obvious move. Also, after 17.hxg4 white is still better. If on move 18. Kxf2 I see nothing for black.
In the game, 19. Nxa8 looks good too although i think it is better for white to take the pawn on f2 immediately.
Any lines or comments on this?
Last but not least, I don't see how one comes up with such a plan; Ng4 Nf6 and e3. It can't be calculated (and obvious moves like hxg4 followed by Kxf2 seem to refute it anyway)-what makes you come up with such moves?
|Dec-15-08|| ||KarAkter: After 18.Kg2 Ng4 19.Ke1 Ne3 20.Be3 Re3 21.Na8 Bg4 22.Qc7 Qe8 or 19.Kf1 g5 20.Bc1 Qf6 21.Bf3 Rf3 and black is better.(19.Kg1 Bd4+...).19.Na8?? g5 20.Qc7 Bd4 21.Be4 gf4 22.Qd8 Rd8 |
|Apr-23-09|| ||kellmano: I'd like to see someone do well on predict-a-move for this game. Crazy stuff.|
|Dec-29-10|| ||zenwabi: "Confusion is sufficient compensation for a sacrificed piece." --- I read that recently, but can't remember the source. The quote applies to this game.|
|Mar-22-11|| ||LIFE Master AJ: Nezhmetdinov's games were always messy ... (tactically). |
He usually mangaes to win these things - just as he does here.
|Mar-22-11|| ||LIFE Master AJ: Thinking about doing a web page on this one.|
|Mar-22-11|| ||joupajou: Timofeev was winning, but 28.Kf3?? He should have played 28.Qf3.|
What about 20.Qe4, offering a queen exchange?
|Mar-26-11|| ||LIFE Master AJ: Other than Nezhmetdinov books, does anyone know if this game is in any books? Informant number?|
|Jun-22-11|| ||larryjapan: Was 7 points up on Guess the Move then got clobbered on the final 3 moves!|
|Oct-09-11|| ||King Sacrificer: Move 28 could be a nice Wednesday puzzle i guess.|
|Oct-24-11|| ||sevenseaman: < LIFE Master AJ: Nezhmetdinov's games were always messy ... (tactically).|
He usually mangaes to win these things - just as he does here.>
The two most oxymoronic lines if I ever saw a pair. Being tactically right and mostly failing is never much to write home - a pedant's postcard!
|May-29-12|| ||computer chess guy: 23. b8 appears to save White. Black can play .. h2+ 24. xf2 e3+ 25. g2 xg3+ 26. h1, which looks awfully scary:|
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But with the Black bishop pinned and White having the resource of Bg2, I think White is ok, and of course he has two rooks for two minors.
|May-29-12|| ||kamalakanta: Conputerchessguy, you are right. Apparently, it was 28.Kf3? that downed White. Up to that point, White was winning!|
|Aug-30-12|| ||chessworm: <computer chess guy> After 23. b8, instead of h2+, lack can play .. fxg3 24.. e3#.
If White plays
24. xg3 e3+ costs the Queen.
24. d3 e3+ 25. xe3 h3+ 26. g2 xa8
Did I miss something?
|Aug-30-12|| ||computer chess guy: < chessworm: After 23. Qb8, instead of Nh2+, Black can play .. fxg3 with the idea 24.. Ne3#. If White plays
24. Qxg3 Ne3+ costs the Queen.>
No, it doesn't .. after Ne3+:
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The Knight does not fork the Queen, only the Rook. White is still winning.