|Sep-17-05|| ||A.Alekhine: Who is these two????..anyway first here today|
|Sep-17-05|| ||reprizent: What a sudden turn of the situation !!
I didn't look at the result and followed the whole game ... I was looking when and where white would hit the final punch ... aaaaand BOOOOM: almost from nowhere, black takes the advantage and it's so fast!
I think white has cried after this game ... cuz after such a domination (by white) in the whole game, losing hurts!
|Sep-17-05|| ||khense: <reprizent>I was going to say EXACTLY the same thing. You saved me a lot of trouble.|
|Sep-17-05|| ||al wazir: Why didn't black play 21...Qxe4+ before Rf8 ? Was she afraid of opening up the file for white's queen's rook? And why not 22...Rae8 instead of 22...b4? Why did white play 25. Bxe8, killing the attack? Maybe Nh5 would have been better. |
White was two pawns up. Black's queen-side attack shouldn't have succeeded. At some point white should have played b3 to stop black from going there.
|Sep-17-05|| ||PaulLovric: school holidays have prevented me from being "first" for a while, but............... i am back|
|Sep-17-05|| ||TheAlchemist: <PaulLovric> Now you have dropped a few places in the overall standings :-)|
|Sep-17-05|| ||ReikiMaster: <al wazir> you mean 21.-Qxe3+. Black declined the same pawn she took 17 moves later decisively. It seems unlikely that she could have foreseen getting another chance at it.|
|Sep-17-05|| ||Ezzy: 37 Kxb2?? and the game is 'Gong with the wind'!|
|Sep-17-05|| ||blingice: *cough*|
|Sep-17-05|| ||kevin86: hite's opening was poor-the exchange of her bishop for black's knight was bad enough,but black now has a nice place for her bishop at g7.|
White resigned because the following move, a1+ will win her queen
|Sep-17-05|| ||An Englishman: Good Morning; Has anyone figured out why Black played 15...Rfd8 instead of 15...Nc7? I can't.|
|Sep-17-05|| ||Speed Zamboni Driver: I think white was winning. Should have played b3 at some point, and sealed the Q side, and put a rook on the second rank to defend the attack on the a file. the exchanges allowed black to free her game and look at that week isolated e pawn.|
|Sep-17-05|| ||Queens Gambit: <almost from nowhere, black takes the advantage and it's so fast!>|
good joke <reprizent>, even white had a better position, his king vulneration was obvious, was too exposed, the only excuse to havent see that attack would have been playing at 5 minutes control.
|Sep-17-05|| ||benveniste: If instead, 37. xb2, does black have any reasonable reply beside 37. ... 1-0?|
|Sep-17-05|| ||khense: <blingice> How about "Hell hath no Furong..."|
|Sep-17-05|| ||EmperorAtahualpa: <benveniste> I saw the same move, and indeed, this looks a LOT better for white. Crafty gives this analysis:|
37.Qxb2 Rxc4+ 38.Kd2 Rxg4 39.Rhg5 Rxg5 40.Nxg5 Kg8 41.Qb6 Rg6 42.Ne6 Rxe6 43.dxe6 Qxe6 (+4.63 / depth=12)
|Sep-17-05|| ||chessgames.com: Rejected puns: Bang a Gong, and Sun Burned.|
|Sep-17-05|| ||tpstar: Going, Going, Gong
The Gong Show
Song Sun Blue
|Jun-22-12|| ||vinidivici: whats happened if 37.Qxb2?|
|Jun-22-12|| ||vinidivici: anyone?|
|Jun-22-12|| ||twinlark: <vinidivici>
Than White wins (you'll notice that amongst other effects, the White queen now pins Black's rook at g7). Black's last move was a desperate swindle that only worked because White captured with the wrong piece.
After <37. Qxb2> White pretty much wins as she pleases, eg: <37...Rxc4+ 38. Kd2 Rcxg4 Rfg5> covers everything and wins easily. Or say <37...Qxc3+ 38. Kd1 Qd3+ 39. Nd2> and White wins as she's threatening back rank mate; there would follow <39...Ra8 (forced) 40. Rhg5 Qd4> and after all the exchanges, White is a piece up with a very easy win.
|Jun-23-12|| ||vinidivici: <twinlark> thats why i asked. White should win, right? So black didnt deserve a win, it just a matter of white did the bad bad error made black win.|
why the hell this was GOTD?