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|Aug-28-09|| ||joechuck: 22.Qh6 has a grievous flaw: 22...d5 23.f6 Rg8 24.Rxd5 Qe6 25.Re1 Rae8 26.Kb1 Bc6 27.Rdxe5 Qxe5 28.Rxe5 Rxe5 29.Qf4 Rxh5 30.Qc4 Be8.|
|Aug-17-10|| ||sevenseaman: 24. Nd5? Is it a multitasking move, e.g. guard e3, pull the Black Q out of a defensive line, or later join in mate?|
|Nov-04-10|| ||sevenseaman: Incredible! 24. Nd5 merely to lure the Black Q off the defensive line. If Qx d5 25. h6 and long live the widow.|
|Nov-04-10|| ||Sastre: If 24...Qxd5, 25.h6 would be a mistake because Black can play 25...Qxg2. <25.Qg5+ Kh8 26.h6 Rg8 27.Qf6+> would win for White.|
|Nov-07-10|| ||jmactas: who would play the dragon against tal? what a terrible idea.|
|Aug-02-11|| ||jepflast: Black missed a draw with 24...h6.|
|Oct-30-11|| ||omnomnomnom: If 19...exf5 then 20.Rhf1 and black has to bend over backwards to avoid losing the pawn.|
|Nov-18-11|| ||sevenseaman: < Sastre> Thats right of course. I wasn't paying to much attention to small detail. White has to take precaution that Black Q does not turn up on the 'g' file.|
|Aug-31-13|| ||rforbis: It's hard to believe that game happened 25 years ago, my 15 minutes of fame! Tal was quite a character, had a hip flask and a wicked grin. Never had so much fun losing a game.|
|Aug-31-13|| ||OhioChessFan: <tga: According to Seirawan and Silman, Tal's opponent was "Forbis" and is referred to as "he" in the notes, indicating a male player.>|
Twould appear you are correct.
|Aug-31-13|| ||Dionysius1: Hi <rforbis>. What a brilliant first post! I was just playing the game over thinking "Wow, that's a great idea against Tal...get rid of his bishops. What can he do without them? Trouble is he's lost his knights and they're great defenders - cover both coloured squares at the same time. What a pity we'll never know what NN felt about being on the receiving end of this...". And here you are! Very glad you had fun, and I hope you stay around at Chessgames.com.|
|Sep-01-13|| ||rforbis: Many moons ago, I played in the same San Diego chess club as Silman, he beat me in another interesting Dragon when I was a boy. Later, I moved to Chicago, and was there in 1988 when Tal toured the US.|
Just after the Tal game, I was going to Russia and spoke with Eric Schiller, who helped introduce me to Yuri Averbach. I showed him this game, and he must have passed it on to either Seirawan or Silman, who graciously included it in their book on chess tactics. My name was spelled correctly in the first edition, but changed to "Forbes" in the 2nd, so some thought Cathy Forbes was the victim here. Seemed like it was time to set the record straight.
After this, it was all correspondence chess for me.....
|Sep-02-13|| ||Mudphudder: Mr. Forbis, great to know that there are still people out there who have witnessed in person some of our late chess geniuses...esp someone as great as Tal. Do you remember who else played in this tournament? Did Tal win the tournament?|
|Sep-02-13|| ||perfidious: <Mudphudder>: Here is a page for the 1988 National Open: http://www.365chess.com/tournaments...|
|Sep-19-15|| ||tpstar: Vintage Tal - 24. Nd5! wins brilliantly, and 28. Qg7+!! finishes brilliantly.|
Nice to see comments by the player, then someday it should be updated to "Forbis Better Or Worse" please.
|Aug-08-16|| ||clement41: Dazzling tactical fireworks by the magician from Riga!|
|Aug-08-16|| ||morfishine: People complain that Morphy beat so many NN's and drone on asking why he's immortalized while doing so|
Meanwhile, Tal dispatches another sap, and the kbitzer's blabber on about how brilliant the attack was, dazzling, incredible, fire works, and course we can't leave out the "magician from Riga", blah, blah, blah, etc...
|Aug-09-16|| ||thegoodanarchist: <keypusher> Try to keep it clean here. This is a family website not your local gin bar|
|Aug-09-16|| ||Isilimela: Not anything like as spectacular but I missed a similar type of checkmate in this position (you will need a chess.com login to view):|
|Aug-09-16|| ||Honza Cervenka: <ThomYorke: Hi ppl! What would be the problem of 18) ... e5 ? Because white´s queen looks like pinned.>|
Well, the Queen (or rather Knight on d4) seems to be pinned but in fact it is not. If 18...e5, then 19.Nd5! and now white is simply threatening not only 20.Nxb6 but also 20.Ne7+ Kh8 21.hxg6 fxg6 22.Rxh7+ Kxh7 23.Rh1+ with mate in next move. Black is forced to play 19...Qd8 but then after 20.Nf3 white is clearly better.
|Aug-09-16|| ||morfishine: Thank you <thegoodanarchist> for trying to keep our resident moron <keypusher> in check|
I registered yet another complaint against this cro-magnon sub-human <keypusher>, who always forgets there are actual people that may read his diatribes, drivel, vitriol and/or sputum
best always, morf"
|Aug-09-16|| ||keypusher: <morfishine> < this cro-magnon sub-human>|
Dude, really. That's like calling somebody a <tiny short person>. Only dumber, because Cro-Magnons <are> human.
And <diatribes, drivel, vitriol and/or sputum>? It's like you tried to swallow a thesaurus but coughed up a page.
Here's a page of creative insults. Most of them probably wouldn't get past the filter on this site, but maybe you can study them and raise your level.
|Aug-10-16|| ||morfishine: <keypusher> How thick is your skull? Are you really Cro-Magnon?|
Its really tiring to have to take your pathetic username off ignore just so I can delete your useless posts. I told you before, but I guess I have to repeat it again and again: If you do not like my posts or opinion: JUST PUT ME ON IGNORE
GOT IT DUMMY?
and if something really offends your shallow conscience, just follow the "blow the whistle" link
Jeezuz to peezuz, you are a real dummkopf
|Aug-10-16|| ||keypusher: <morfishine>. But what if I don't want to put you on ignore? What if I prefer pointing out what an utter idiot you are?|
If you don't people to draw attention to your idiocy, you have two choices: you can beg them to put you on ignore, or <you can stop being an idiot>.
Only one of those is within your control.
|Feb-24-17|| ||ISeth: Compare ACHILEES with TAL . Just go ahead run, fight, make your Opponents feel afraid and try for Victory and it will come .|
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