|Mar-29-08|| ||Marmot PFL: Evidently these is a missing game between these two, played in Prague in 1946 (also won by Guimard). No doubt many of these old game scores have been lost over the years.|
|Apr-06-11|| ||goldenbear: This is a beautifully played game.|
|Apr-06-11|| ||coachjay: Couldn't tell who was winning for much of the game. Many games in one. Nice!|
|Nov-18-13|| ||wwall: In Chess Endings for the Practical Player by Pachman, pages 9-10, he says that White resigned since a quick loss cannot be avoided after 84.Bc5+ Kd5 85.Nb5 Qf4+ (faster is 85...Qb7 and 86...Kc6) 86.Nd4 Qd2+ etc. However, White would have more resistance after 84.Ka4. Now Black wins after 84...Kd5 85.Bb4 Qf3 86.Nb5 Qd3 87.Ka5 Kc6 88.Na7+ Kb7 89.Bc5 Qc4 90.Bg1 Qc1 and now Black wins a piece.|
|Jul-03-14|| ||scutigera: This game should be better known; prolonged middlegames with such a curious balance of forces are rare, and the endgame is unusual as well. Hard-fought and well-fought throughout.|
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