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Axel Otto Ornstein vs Gyozo Victor Forintos
"Axel Rose" (game of the day Sep-09-2004)
9. Eksjo SK (1981), Eksjo SWE, rd 8, Aug-??
Queen's Gambit Declined: Miles Variation (D53)  ·  1-0
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Sep-09-04  pawn52: Nice game. Regardless of what Black does next move, Whit echeckmates by Rh7 next turn. If Black decides to put the Queen in the way, he'll lose it. And Whit will eventually promote the pawn and slaughter Black with it.
Sep-09-04  themindset: this is a great example of reckless pawn grabbing by black.
Sep-09-04  Eatman: Actually Black can prolong the agony here with Qe5+ g3 Qxg7 Rxg7 Kxg7 c7 and white queens, but thats a completely trivial win then so better to resign here.
Sep-09-04
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  Annie K.: Suggestion for alternate pun: "Not Tonight, Gyozo"
(the Hungarian name Gyozo means "Winner")
Sep-09-04
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  kevin86: How about Axel Greece?-great name for an Olympic athlete,right? Or a Flintstones' auto racer:Wheels Axelpole.

I loved the whimsical way how one white pawn held black's queen at bay-while the other gobbled up both rooks?!

Sep-09-04  noone2: 19 ...Qa5 looks like a lemon

Instead can someone tell me what's wrong with 19...Qb3 (with the threat N:c5). E.g. 20 Nd4? Qd5! will win easily.

If 20 Rc1 a5 with the idea of either Ba6 or a4

Sep-09-04
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  patzer2: White's 20. Bxh6! is a demolition of pawn structure combination on g6, which "removes the guard" to set up a winning "double attack."
Sep-09-04  themindset: you of course meant 20.Bxg6!
Sep-09-04
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  patzer2: Thanks for the correction. I did indeed mean "removing the guard" with 20. Bxg6! Also, the more obvious 22. Nxc8 also falls into that category (removing the guard).
Apr-24-12  LoveThatJoker: Very cool game from today's player of the day!

LTJ

Apr-24-12  vajeer: 19...Ba6 seems to thwart white's attack. Or am I missing something?
Apr-24-12
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  OhioChessFan: I don't think Qa5 was bad. What was bad was not making the obvious followup 20...Qxc5.
Apr-24-12
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  OhioChessFan: <vajeer> I'm too tired tonight to look at this and just tossed it in Fritz. He came up with 19..Ba6 20. b4 Qa4 21. Bxa6 Qxa6 22. Rc2 Rab8


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Fritz is giving it an eval of .25 which is negligible. Black has an extra Pawn, but the outposted Knight is a problem. In general, White has some pressure on the Queen side but Black is pretty solid. As for the game, I still think fxg6 was the problem for Black.

Jul-17-12  vinidivici: guns n roses rocks!!!
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