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|Mar-12-09|| ||blacksburg: <Yeah, but the search might have been a little <<sexy>>.>|
|Mar-13-09|| ||Ladolcevita: Typical Polgar,she starts to attack the opponents without any reason:)|
|Mar-13-09|| ||whiteshark: As Viktor Korchnoi said:
" Everything in chess that has been forgotten is new. "
|Mar-13-09|| ||whiteshark: <14...Ke7> looks like the only playable continuation. --> Svidler vs Anand, 1999|
|Apr-12-09|| ||Andrijadj: Polgar was cheating...surely...I mean,it is impossible to beat great Mamedyarov without strong computer assistance...But,a great gentleman he is,he did not accused Polgar because she is female,after all...|
|Oct-10-09|| ||ROADDOG: Polgar pounds Mamedyarov with no mercy in 23 moves. Vid on this great game by Polgar.
|Jan-04-10|| ||goldfarbdj: I managed to score 18 on the Guess-the-Move -- I'd have done even better, if I'd found 23 Be7+. I'm looking and looking, and I don't see what white does after 23. ... Nxe7. LIFE Master AJ found it too obvious to put on his site. Can somebody help me please?|
|Jan-04-10|| ||Marmot PFL: <goldfarbdj> Guess just 24 Rxe5 and black will lose Ne6 with check as well - 24...Kxe5 25 Re1+ etc. Good game by Polgar, and I'm sure Mamedyarov has found safer lines to play vs top players.|
|Jan-05-10|| ||goldfarbdj: Now that I look at it again in light of the previous comment, I see that if 24 ... Kxe5 25 Re1+ black loses the knight on e6 with *mate*, not just check. So black has to play 24 ... c6 or Kd7, and white plays 25 Qxe6+ and then 26 Rxc5.|
|Jun-22-10|| ||LIFE Master AJ: My old site (Geo-Cities) shut down, my page on the analysis of this game has moved. (See below.) |
|Aug-03-10|| ||LIFE Master AJ: This game is also annotated in the book: "50 Essential Chess Lessons," by FM Steve Giddins. (Game # 3.)|
|Aug-03-10|| ||LIFE Master AJ: 11.Ng5 was played by Karpov against Korchnoi in one of their World Championship matches. (It was a product of Tal's brain, believe it ... or not.)|
|Apr-30-11|| ||pkkandel: where is <notyetagm>? he used to call Shakhriyar Mamedyarov "king of tactics" but i dont see even a micro element of that in this game.|
|May-21-11|| ||Whitehat1963: Remains by far the longest game in the Guess-the-Move database's five hardest games. Obviously a complex masterpiece.|
|Apr-30-13|| ||offramp: < LIFE Master AJ: 11.Ng5 was played by Karpov against Korchnoi in one of their World Championship matches. (It was a product of Tal's brain, believe it ... or not.)>
11.Ng5 was the brainchild of Zaitsev.|
|Apr-01-14|| ||kingscrusher: Great stuff|
|Aug-17-16|| ||jvitray: In light of 24. Qf3+ Kc4 25. b3# throwing the Queen in the way with 24... Qe4 only prolongs.|
|Aug-17-16|| ||WorstPlayerEver: Nice tactic, but it's not hard to see what happens when QxKt ;)|
|Dec-17-16|| ||ACMEKINGKRUSHER: hhhhmmmmm,
Man, Woman, or Child has a GREAT DAY and it is assumed that they are CHEATING???? Not a fan or hater of Polgar! To say she is a CHEAT is so, so, WRONGO!
One of Judit's Sisters SUSAN Polgar does need to learn about FREEDOM & hijabs. WAY to Go US CHESS for their Support!
|Aug-03-17|| ||wondairfoul: Why after 11Ng5 Black dont play Qxg5,
much too simple ?
|Aug-03-17|| ||Nerwal: <Why after 11Ng5 Black dont play Qxg5, >|
11... ♕xg5 was under cloud back then following Kasparov vs Shirov, 2001. Nowadays it's the opposite, 11... ♕xg5 is fine for Black and White avoids the line most of the time.
|Aug-03-17|| ||wondairfoul: Nerwal: thanks for these explanations|
|Aug-06-17|| ||Iwer Sonsch: Doesn't 22.Rxe5 win so much material that it isn't in any way inferior to the game line?|
|Aug-06-17|| ||Iwer Sonsch: At least, 24.Qf3+ and 25.b3 ends the game.|
|Aug-13-17|| ||jffun1958: <Iwer Sonsch> if 24. ... Qe4 25. Qxe4+ Kc4 26. Qxe6+ Kd3 27. Red1+ Kc2 28. Qd2#|
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