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|Apr-03-05|| ||vonKrolock: In a more recent Game whith the same position been achieved whith a different order of moves Zsuzsa Polgar vs Sax, 1992 <Susan> prefered 9.h3: highly interesting Game too|
Maybe the last word about the 9.Qa4 variation was not yet been proferred - all the classical examples displayed here are from the 80's
|Apr-03-05|| ||mymt: Blacks exchange sac,starting with 10. ...Bg4 came unstuck.Was it 13.Rc1 he didnt see,expecting maybe 13.gxf3 Nxc3 14.bxc3 Bxc3+? Still avery good "king stranded " attack by Susan. |
|Apr-03-05|| ||kevin86: The obvious,inescapable threat is :KNIGHT to Foxtrot SIX=checkmate!! |
|Apr-03-05|| ||dac1990: <kevin86> What? |
|Apr-03-05|| ||tpstar: <kevin86> Bravo, Yankee Papa! Let's do the Whiskey Tango, and award the Victor an Oscar for her X-Ray vision!|
Sorry Charlie, I'm on the Mike. After Romeo and Juliet did a Kilo at the Hotel India in the Lima Delta, then Alpha male Zulu played Golf in Uniform at the Quebec Sierra in November.
Is there an Echo in here? ;>D
|Apr-03-05|| ||BipolarChessorder: looks like 21. Rxd7 wins as well. Black might get in a few checks with his Queen though, and I guess 21. Qxb8 is more elegant. |
|Apr-03-05|| ||solardog: I cannot imagine playing a game like this. I know that there is theory here, but it seems so wild and unbalanced. I admire the bravery. |
|Apr-03-05|| ||resty: why not play 11...Nd7 instead? am just a beginner, plase explain and let me learn. |
|Apr-04-05|| ||crafty: 11...♘bd7 12. ♗xd6 ♗f8 13. ♗c7 ♕c8 14. ♕c6 ♗e7 15. O-O-O (eval 3.25; depth 13 ply; 150M nodes)|
|Apr-04-05|| ||resty: thanks CRAFTY! |
|Apr-23-05|| ||pantlko: very good combination by zsuzaa........beauty with brain........ideal combination...... |
|Jun-30-05|| ||aw1988: I truly am getting sick and tired of seeing the constant gawking at all the female players.|
|Jun-30-05|| ||tpstar: <aw1988> You're absolutely right. Let's gawk at the male players for a spell.|
Ooooh, Korchnoi, what hot property!
Leko's just so dreamy!
Peter Hardicsay, is he a cutie? Hard-ta-say!
|Jun-30-05|| ||underrated: I personally think this ‘brains’ that <pantlko> is referring to are not the kind I prefer in a woman. As stereotypical as it sounds I find woman smarts more attractive than the man smarts that could be more typically associated with chess. I appreciate the intellectual differences between a man and woman’s brain. |
If you find this kind of smart ideal then you might be gay…
Well I guess that’s a little extreme…
Women are beautiful because of their differences from men
|Jun-30-05|| ||samvega: <bipolar>:
Actually, I don't think 21.Rxd7 quite works: 21.Rxd7 Qg4+ 22.g3 Qxh6 23.Qxb8+ Kg7 24.Qb7... there may be a perpetual in there...
The beauty of 20.Re7 is that it is an interference as well as a deflection.
|Aug-27-05|| ||blackjacki2: 21. Ne4 is also winning, right?|
|Jun-09-06|| ||Polak: Might have beeen played: 9. Qa4+ Bd7 10. Qb3 Bc8 with simple repetition. Not 10...Qc7, because 11. B:d6 costs an exchange. To prolong the game black should either play 9...Kf8!?, thinking about an artificial castle, or 10...Ra7!?, an strange, but useful move.|
|Nov-15-06|| ||Towershield: If 20...Bf5 then for instance 21.Qb7 Nd7 22.Ne4! Bxe4 23.Qxd7 Qxd7 24.Rxd7 f5 25.Rd8+ Kf7 26.Rxh8 |
|Dec-14-06|| ||DHW: Thanks for that Towershield I was wondering about 20...Bf5. You are right it doesn't hold.
|Dec-12-08|| ||Khalis: Great play by Zsuzsa Polgar.|
|Jan-14-09|| ||swarmoflocusts: Ne4 is a beautiful move. Compared to the moves preceding it, it is inconceivably passive in nature, and yet it is the key to the attack. The aesthetics of such a closing are wonderful.|
|Jan-23-10|| ||prensdepens: A very nice tenseful tactical gem!|
|Jan-23-10|| ||prensdepens: <blackjacki2: 21. Ne4 is also winning, right?>|
...Yes, you're right, 21. Ne4 wins too. It is just that, the text move- the sacrifice of the queen is more dramatic and makes our jaws drop in awe!
|May-14-14|| ||Whitehat1963: What's best play after 18...Kd7?
I'm not using a computer, but I think I see 19. Qa7+/b7+ 19...Qc7 (forced) 20. Re7+ Kxe7 21. Qxc7.
Is that best?
|Nov-19-14|| ||mikealando: That combination's left me literally trembling in awe. What knowledge! What skill! I can't believe how much I've ignored Zsuzsa because of Judit's "more" lauded reputation. Thanks to today's puzzle of the day, with its beautiful bishop sac (Zsuzsa Polgar vs V Dimitrov, 1984), I went looking for Zsuzsa's games and now I have a brand new respect for Big Sis.|
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