|Jun-28-08|| ||screwdriver: I thought white was going to play 13 Bxh7ch instead of Qg3. White's method was simple yet very effective.|
|Apr-21-18|| ||paavoh: Black may have seen a mirage with 7.-Nxf2. 7.-Qxe7 would have been OK.|
|Apr-21-18|| ||morfishine: Pathetic game by Black, looks like NN incognito |
However, its a good example of how utterly lost one can quickly become, no matter the ranking, by making the simplest mistake, miscalculation or neglecting a basic theme [ie: development].
Either that or Black simply didn't take her seriously til it was too late
|Apr-21-18|| ||catlover: Well played by Stefanova. In the final position, I kept looking for ways that black could avoid checkmate, maybe by losing some material, but it looks like there is no escape. |
If 17... h6 18. Qd8+ Kh7 19. Bxg6+ Qxg6 20. Qf8 h5 21. Rf7+ Qxf7 22. Qxf7+ Kh8 23. Ng6#.
If 17...Nc6 18. Nxc6 h5 19. Bxg6 Kh8 20. Qxh5+ Kg8 21. Bf7+ Qxf7 22. Rxf7 any move, 23. Qh7#.
|Apr-21-18|| ||catlover: <morfishine: Pathetic game by Black, looks like NN incognito.>|
Yeah, 7...Nxf2 was an NN sort of move.
|Apr-21-18|| ||Ratt Boy: I really like the simple 17.♕g5. All of White's pieces are developed and active; one of Black's is, and she's not exactly active. Boom! I now invite you to resign.|
|Apr-21-18|| ||Euphoric: <screwdriver: I thought white was going to play 13 Bxh7ch instead of Qg3. White's method was simple yet very effective.>|
There is no advantage of bishop sacrifies. Black is up and after knight check, black king may return to its safe square(g8) even it can jump to g6.
|Apr-21-18|| ||Check It Out: A good example of piece activity being more important than a measly pawn.|