|Mar-06-04|| ||InspiredByMorphy: This should make game of the day sometime! A truly unique approach to the evans gambit from Tal, using his king to fight! |
|Mar-06-04|| ||Brian Watson: interesting game |
|Jul-30-08|| ||dTal: Typically imaginative strategy from the most talented player in history! This was well before his "wonder years" showing a glimpse of the magic to come!|
|Sep-15-08|| ||pom nasayao: Black's 9.__ Kxe7 demonstrates the playful nature of Tal as if he was telling while making this move: "no matter how unconvetional my moves are, you still can't win."|
|Sep-15-08|| ||0817: Besides the fact that 9...Qxe7 is a mistake in view of 10.Qa4+|
|Nov-26-08|| ||DrGridlock: I'm not sure how "unconventional" Tal's Kxe7 was. Fritz values that continuation at -.50, with Qxe7 and Bxc3 at 1.94 and all other continuations at +2 or greater for white. The king capture at e7 is the only move which gives black an advantage, and by a fairly wide margin.|
|Jul-04-11|| ||ahubers: Ditto to Gridlock. Capturing with the queen would have lost the bishop. Lost the game pretty immediately.|
|Aug-09-11|| ||kitbitzer31: After 8...Nb8, why not 9.Qa4+, thereby winning the bishop on a5?|
|Aug-09-11|| ||kitbitzer31: Oh yea, I retract my previous comment because of 9...c6|
|Mar-20-13|| ||gargrajesh: why not 38.Nfe7+,Kf7 39.Qe6+,Kg7 then R*e1.....i think it would have been a slightly better position|
|Dec-20-16|| ||caracas1970: 25.g3 ??g5!|
|Dec-20-16|| ||andrewjsacks: An odder castling maneuver would be hard to find.|
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