|Oct-29-05|| ||BadTemper: Talk about blundering away a full point! HAHAHA! What a great finale!|
|Oct-29-05|| ||BadTemper: White cannot stop mate including the threat of Kh3 haha|
|Oct-31-06|| ||Whitehat1963: Find the worst move after 32...Kf5. (But wouldn't 33. Qg4 be an even worse move?)|
|Nov-01-06|| ||Caissanist: I suppose that the <absolute> worst move is a matter of taste. But I don't think that 33.Qg4 is quite as excrutiatingly bad as Qxh7, since black still has the plausible Qxg4. That move only wins the queen for a bishop, rather than forcing mate. |
Of course after either move black can play Ke5, so it's more of a helpmate than a selfmate.
|Nov-18-06|| ||syracrophy: I don't understand why White didn't captured the with the on the moves 32 and 33, when it was still possible. |
After 33...g4! 34.xb7?? it's impossible in sight of 34...h3!!<35.Kf1 Qd1#>
32.xb7 or 33.xb7 was saving White in my opinion. He's up a and the position seems to be drawish
|Sep-21-08|| ||GrahamClayton: White missed a simple win with 29. c1 d7 30. c7 b1+ 31. g2 e4+ 32. f3, winning the Bishop.|
|Sep-21-08|| ||Autoreparaturwerkbau: <Graham> I was revising the game, stopped at the same move (29.h4?) and also wondered whether there was a flaw in 29.Rc1 (and so on - mentioned in your line). It seems to me the line is all good. White just didn't see it, or?|
|Nov-26-08|| ||sleepyirv: In a king hunt, you should always know where you're driving the king to!|
|Nov-06-09|| ||WhiteRook48: 32 Qd3+?!|
|Nov-18-10|| ||Tigranny: g4+ could've involved a queen exchange instead of Qxh7+??|
|Jan-05-12|| ||Uvulu: <Tigranny: g4+ could've involved a queen exchange> I think Black has 32... Kf5, and then White has to give the exchange back to avoid mate. Still, that would be way better than Qxh7|
|Oct-16-12|| ||FSR: <And here is a ludicrous game. White punishes the enemy king with flailing blows and drives the monarch clear across the board to his own lair. And then--White resigns.>|
I.A. Horowitz, <All About Chess>, p. 83.