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|Oct-13-03|| ||Sneaky: Mate in 15?! Complicated indeed! Maybe this one will silence the folks who keep saying "too easy!" =) |
|Dec-19-03|| ||kevin86: I love the deadly quiet move,c3 |
|Dec-19-03|| ||karnak64: This is breathtaking. |
|Dec-19-03|| ||CapablancaRules: Why this guy zukertort never became WCH? He plays much better than Steinitz and his games are fairly more stunning |
|Dec-19-03|| ||ughaibu: I'd guess DRF. |
|Dec-19-03|| ||kevin86: Zukertort had some brilliant wins! and brilliant losses. I guess he could not beat Steinitz head-to-head.|
NN-is in his very position because he was an amateur or was bad enough to play like a beginner.(he may have just chose to be anonymous) LOL
|Dec-20-03|| ||Shadout Mapes: <Why this guy zukertort never became WCH? He plays much better than Steinitz and his games are fairly more stunning>|
He played some matches with Steinitz and lost them all.
|Dec-20-03|| ||CapablancaRules: Maybe he did not have luck playing with Steinitz |
|May-28-05|| ||Plastic Man: Can this game be classed as a King-Hunt?
|May-28-05|| ||iron maiden: I think it can only be called a king-hunt if you chase the king into enemy territory--the fifth rank or beyond.|
|Jun-01-05|| ||Plastic Man: There should be another term similar to King-hunt because of the sacrifice and bringing the King out closer.|
|Jun-17-05|| ||Halfpricemidge: How about 'King harrassment' or 'partial king hunt'|
|Aug-09-05|| ||Jafar219: I wonder how this wonderful game was played in 1877 ?!.This is very impressive.Just think 128 years ago.|
|Dec-25-06|| ||Rubenus: 11...Kg8 and white has nothing more than perpetual check. Why am I wrong?|
|Feb-02-07|| ||hellstrafer: <Rubenus> 11.. Kg8 12.Bf7+ Kf8 13.Be6+ Ke8 14.Bd7+ wins the queen and white will be ahead of material.|
|Apr-08-07|| ||sanyas: <iron maiden>, <Plastic Man>; I think that simply dragging the king out of its comfort zone should be sufficient for classifying a game as a king-hunt. For example, in Topalov vs Ponomariov, 2005 the Black king only ever gets to the sixth rank, yet I think most people would definitely call that game a king-hunt. |
It is interesting how Zukertort shuns the straightforward 8.xf7+ xf7 9.g5+ in favor of the spectacular 8.fxe5 xe5 (8...O-O was much better) 9.xe5.
<hellstrafer> 11...g8 12.f7+ f8 13.e6+ allows 13...f6, when 14.xf6+ gxf6 15.f7 (15.h6+ e7 16.f7 b8 17.c4 b5 18.xh8 bxc4 19.d5+ d7 20.xd1 xb2 21.f7 b8 22.e3 xc2 23.xf6+ c8 ) 15...e8 16.c4 xc2 17.xh8 c6 doesn't yield enough. 14.f7 e8 15.c4 xc2 16.xh8 c6 17.f4 d5 18.exd5 b5 19.ae1 c8 is also clearly less than is deserved.
Of course, White could simply play 13.d7+ xd7 14.e6+, winning easily :)
|Oct-08-07|| ||xeroxmachine: Inspired by this game I went out on the free internet chess server. I must say i am pretty pleased with result.^^|
[Event "ICS rated blitz match"]
1. e4 d5 2. f4 d4 3. Bc4 Nf6 4. d3 Bg4 5. Nf3 Nc6 6. O-O e5 7. fxe5 Nxe5 8.
Nxe5 Bxd1 9. Bxf7+ Ke7 10. Rxd1 Qd6 11. Bf4 Qb4 12. Na3 Qxb2 13. Nac4 Qxc2
14. Rab1 h6 15. Rf1 g5 16. Bg3 h5 17. Rxb7 Kd8 18. Rxf6 Be7 19. Nc6+ Kd7
|Mar-20-09|| ||WhiteRook48: took a while to see Bf4#|
|May-19-09|| ||WhiteRook48: In fact I thought about d4+ for a while then realized this leaves the e4 pawn unprotected|
|Feb-06-11|| ||blackburne: This is a blindfold game|
|Sep-07-12|| ||nirvanapirate: Bishop delivers mate on f4 and no pieces can intervene.|
|Oct-28-12|| ||FSR: Viennese Waltz.|
|Feb-17-13|| ||ZeejDonnelly: <FSR>: Very elegant, but in a game against NN, I like Ba-Zuke-a Jo... A common chewing gum for a common opponent.|
|Feb-20-13|| ||Eduardo Bermudez: Zukertort was until now, the chess player whitout being world champion, who has been most years number one !!|
|Feb-20-13|| ||JimNorCal: <blackburne>: This is a blindfold game|
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