|Jun-30-03|| ||chessgames.com: This is the corrected (complete) score of a game being recently discussed. |
|Feb-18-05|| ||Gowe: Excellente, just Excellent. Art. |
|Feb-27-06|| ||bitko: Is there a theorethical chance for draw if black plays ... 22 Qxd7 ?|
I noticed an interesting possibility ..
In my variation after 23 xd7 Re7 24 Bxb4
and then black can play e4 WITH DOUBLE ATTACK !
Can someone with engine or program check if Skuja missed a tie?
|Feb-27-06|| ||bitko: Now looking again, perhaps this resource even turns the table, am I wrong ?|
Anyway, excellent battle.
|Feb-27-06|| ||siggemannen: if you mean 21... Qxd7, i think after 22. exd7 Re7?! Bxb4 after e4 white have Bxe7.
22... Rd8 maybe be interesting though, but i'm too tired to analyze it myself|
|Feb-27-06|| ||aw1988: Good grief. I feel like lying down after seeing this...|
|Feb-27-06|| ||bitko: Yeah, black mustn't play 22 .. Re7 but 22 ..Rd8 and stands better I believe.|
Good game; Tal is so creative.
Thanks for correction.
|Sep-21-06|| ||ToTheDeath: Classic Tal. His pieces always cooperate like notes in a symphony.|
|May-23-09|| ||remolino: Superior understanding of chess|
|May-23-09|| ||veigaman: <Superior understanding of chess> The best way to define this game, good quote|
|May-23-09|| ||jackpawn: Typical early Tal. Very entertaining, but I'm not sure anyone should use Tal as a model. He was a combinational genius, practically nobody can duplicate what he did. I feel the average player can learn much more from the clear logical style of Fischer or Capa.|
|Sep-03-09|| ||WhiteRook48: why does he keep his knight en prise|
|Sep-03-09|| ||Jason Frost: If you are talking about 17...cxb4, black plays it since it at first looks like a very good move which attacks both white's queen and bishop.|
If you are talking about Tal's bishop then the answer is because he is a baller. Also because black's bishop is hanging, but mainly because he is a baller.
|Sep-16-09|| ||WhiteRook48: if black knew who he was playing...|
|Oct-22-09|| ||WhiteRook48: 37...b3?|
|Jan-15-11|| ||leroquentin: If 32. Bh6, what black can do? o.O|
|Jan-15-11|| ||Sastre: If 32.Bh6, <32...Ra1+ 33.Bf1 Rxf1+ 34.Kxf1 Qb1+ 35.Kg2 Qxe4+ 36.Kf1 Kg8> is winning for Black.|