|Jul-29-04|| ||molinov: Tal gets a taste of his own medicine. Brillant combination. |
|Oct-26-05|| ||lopium: What a funny comment!|
|Oct-26-05|| ||aw1988: ?????|
|Oct-26-05|| ||lopium: ahaha!! I thought we could have laugh about that comment, no more. aw1988, yours is... strange and funny!
Why 22.Rxd5 ? (to keep it serious as well).|
|Oct-26-05|| ||aw1988: Rxd5 is to get piece activity.|
|Oct-27-05|| ||lopium: Sorry, I tought black lost! Ok, Rxd5 was to win, thanksxz.|
|Sep-05-07|| ||fm avari viraf: I think, Tal didn't care about the safety of his Kingside, hence Darsneik beautifully exploited it with 22...Rxd5! & White is bursted & Tal was at the receiving end.|
|Sep-05-07|| ||mcgee: White regularly plays a g2-g4 advance in the Chigorin Variation of the Closed Spanish, but to do this in connection with 13 dxc5 looks intrinsically wrong to me; it gives Black the leverage for the Bc8-e6-d5 combo that wins the game. 13 d5 restricts Black's options and leads to Chigorin positions as seen a lot in the 1950s, although this is the first game I have seen with the variation this early on in the decade...|
|Jan-28-11|| ||Whitehat1963: Now the second "hardest" on the Guess-the-Move top 40.|
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