|Mar-21-04|| ||tpstar: Outstanding game! I faced 4. Nxd4 Qb6 for the first time today, and I like White's play here, with the Knights on c3/d2 and the Bishops on d3/e3, then 0-0 & f4, although Black gets an early ... b5 & ... b4 for counterplay. Kudos to Black for choosing the 3 pieces vs. Queen line, but for White I don't understand why not 19. fxe5 grabbing the piece, or at least 20. Rxd5, then 21. fxe5. The game continuation lost two Pawns yet led to this fascinating endgame with B/N/3P vs. Q. Curious how 50 ... Ne5+? was the decisive mistake, creating the unusual box in the center of the board which White exploited perfectly. Congrats to both players. |
|Jan-14-06|| ||OneArmedScissor: outstanding game!|
|Jan-06-08|| ||think: Black will lose his Rook after 69. ... Rxe5 70. Kg3 Bishop Moves 71. Kf4. Very exciting game. The rook sacrifice on f7 took some serious cajones!|
|Jan-06-08|| ||MJW 72: judit is a guy ???! ewwww...|
|Jan-17-08|| ||think: I mean Black will lose her rook. Silly mistake...|
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