|Jul-19-04|| ||zynoble1: what a nice finish.. |
|Jul-19-04|| ||ArturoRivera: good way of driving away the queen from the vital e file, never give a second to play a move thatt liberte the queen from his guardian line.
Nice game! |
|Jul-19-04|| ||jmcd2002: That's what happens when you fail to develop any of your queenside pieces... |
|Jul-19-04|| ||Calchexas: So obviously pre-Morphy... |
|Jul-19-04|| ||notsodeepthought: White's queen maneuvers carried little Wayte. |
|Jul-19-04|| ||kevin86: How often is this seen? Undeveloped pieces and a back rank mate! Here we go again! Those pieces back there are like a baseball team that leaves its outfielders on the bench when the rest of the team goes into the field.|
And white started the attack-oh how rich!
|Jul-19-04|| ||chessgames.com: One might say that Elijah profits. ;-) |
|Jul-19-04|| ||JSYantiss: *groan* That was bad, chessgames...reeeaally bad. :P |
|Jul-19-04|| ||vonKrolock: Both Black Bishops hanging after 18...Qxd7! - off course Wayte eats the wrong one: 19.Qxc5! was imperative: 19...Qg4 20.h3! Qg6 21.Kh2! etc - nevertheless, actually a pretty finish... |
|Jul-19-04|| ||dac1990: Chessgames should have "Elijah profits" as the pun. It's certainly more funny than wayting a second. |
|Sep-01-04|| ||BadTemper: I thought I was the first to say it, but u got me vonKrolock, anyhow ya, 19 QxC5 is HUGE! It forces 19... BG4. Anytime you know EXACTLY what ur opponent must play, you should force him, you know what the situation next will be. |
|May-10-07|| ||suenteus po 147: According to Tartakower and Du Mont this game was played sometime closer to 1853, not 1835. Have they since been refuted?|
|Dec-05-08|| ||FSR: <suenteus po 147> Indeed, Tartakower and Du Mont write in 500 Master Games of Chess, p. 46, that this game was played "About 1853." Given that William Wayte was born on September 4, 1829, that is much more plausible than 1835.|