|Feb-10-06|| ||Arpit Deliwala: If Kg8,Then, Qf7+,Kh8 Kf2 followed by Rh1#|
|Aug-31-11|| ||FSR: 31.Nxg5! opened the Ludgates for White's major pieces.|
|Aug-31-11|| ||tonsillolith: <31.Nxg5! opened the Ludgates for White's major pieces.>|
Yes, not only that, but it really highlighted the awful placement of most of Black's pieces.
|Sep-04-11|| ||Oceanlake: Black;s queen-side is well-defended. Maybe Black should have played 27. Qe8|
|Sep-04-11|| ||Yodaman: If I was black I would never allow 27. e6. It traps all of black's pieces way too well.|
|Sep-04-11|| ||FSR: That was quick! I nominated this for GOTD four days ago, when Ludgate was player of the day.|
|Sep-04-11|| ||redwaz: Yodaman, you beat me too it, 27. e6 is bad for black.|
|Sep-04-11|| ||swr: After the knight sac and exchange of rooks, all of White's remaining pieces have an easy way onto the scene of battle, while all (!) Black's pieces are trapped elsewhere.|
|Sep-04-11|| ||swr: 26...Qd7? is really quite a ridiculous move.|
|Sep-04-11|| ||Ferro: La Napolitana|
|Sep-04-11|| ||Oceanlake: Since Black shouldn't take the e5 pawn, he should (I think) move Ba6...that is, if he'd moved the rook to somewhere other than c7.|
|Sep-04-11|| ||erniecohen: <Oceanlake: Black;s queen-side is well-defended. Maybe Black should have played 27... Qe8>|
27...e8 is no better: 28. b5 d8 29. f5 g5 30. h4 h8 31. hxg5 g8 32. e4 with K-side slaughter to follow.