|Mar-07-05|| ||Mate Hunter: 4...Bg4 was a blunder. It leads to lose a bishop. 5.Ne5 vas a very good move! This game was a good openingstrap! |
|Mar-07-05|| ||soberknight: <Mate Hunter> 4...Bg4 was indeed a blunder and leaves Black dead lost in high-level play. However, after 5 Ne5! Be6! 6 Bxe6 fxe6 7 Qb3 Qc8, White has no knockout punch and should just keep developing with 8 Nc3. |
|Mar-07-05|| ||Mate Hunter: <soberknight>, after 6...fxe6 black gets weak pawns and after 7...Qc8 black gets weak queen. Black has no good game then. |
|Mar-07-05|| ||soberknight: <MH> I totally agree. That's why I said that Black is dead lost in high-level play. |
|Dec-01-05|| ||DeepBlade: Nice trap! This game is mainly focused on the weak f7 square.|
|Dec-16-05|| ||who: <stanleys> suggestion on the Sophie Milliet page may be better. 5.Bxf7+! Kxf7 6.Ne5+ at least winning a pawn and leaving black uncastled, with an isolated pawn, down a pawn, and with a gaping hole at f7. In other words, the annotation should be 5.Ne5?!|
|Jan-24-07|| ||Tactic101: Good play by white.|
|Jan-26-07|| ||Tactic101: After Be6, Bxe6, fxe6, white has a big advantage from my perspective. Black's pawn structure is very bad and white's knight is excellent. To me, d4, followed by Nc3 and O-O gives white a big plus. Also notice how black will have dificulty in developing his bishop. He will have to play g6 and Bg7, but that makes his kingside even weaker. I would play white here in this position any day.|
|Aug-19-09|| ||whiteshark: According to NicBase it's
[White "Deutsch, Ludwig"]
[Black "Koniashkin, V"]
Ludwig Deutsch +
but there games were from late 1980'.
Probably one of those copy and paste database errors.