|Feb-29-04|| ||Egghead: White must give up material to stop ... Nxh2+ Kg1 Qg2#. |
|Feb-29-04|| ||Just Jim: After 29. Ne5 Nxh2+ 30. Kg1.
White seems to be okay, although a pawn down.
|Feb-29-04|| ||radu stancu: 29. Ne5 Nxh2+ 30. Kg1 Bxe5 31. Qxe5 Qxe5 32. Rxe5 Nf3+ (forking the king and the rook) 33. Kf1 Nxe1 34. Kxe1 Bxb2 and black wins easily. I didn't run this through any program, it's just what I see at a first glance. Feel free to improve on it. (maybe by trying to advance white's passed pawn, but I don't see how you could support it really...) |
|Feb-29-04|| ||Brian Watson: 29.Nd5 Qh1+, then ..Ba6+ |
|Feb-29-04|| ||radu stancu: good point Brian Watson. and i seem to have made an error (probably following Just Jim's error) writing 29. Ne5 instead of 29. Nd5. |
|Feb-29-04|| ||kevin86: radu has it right;...a6 is quite lethal!! |
|Feb-29-04|| ||radu stancu: also i don't like NOT being right, this time it was not me; it was <Brian Watson> who proposed Ba6+. so <kevin86>, please give him the credits :) |
|Feb-29-04|| ||lostemperor: Vladimir zak, although, not a topplayer, is the trainer of worldchampions like Tal and Spassky! |
|Feb-29-04|| ||jaime gallegos: I thought Koblentz was the Tal's trainer |
|Feb-29-04|| ||Benzol: He was, Zak was a trainer to Spassky and Korchnoi when they were young. |
|Feb-29-04|| ||kevin86: Sorry <radu stancu,Brian Watson> I gave the wrong person the credit before. It should have gone to <Brian Watson>.I give myself a :( for my error. |
|Mar-01-04|| ||bob725: What would happen if on move 28 king moved to d3 instead of f1? |
|Jul-09-05|| ||hippatxu: <bob725> If 28.d3 f5+! and now 29.c4 d5+ 30.b3 (30.xd5 xd5+ is a nonsense) d4 winning or 28.e2 f3+ 29.f1 h3+ 30.g1 g2#|
|Mar-01-07|| ||bandito: hippatxu is right in the assessment, but in the line 28.Kd3 Qf5+ 29.Kc4, 29...Ne4! is crushing|
|Jun-25-08|| ||Octal: <jaime gallegos> I remember reading that Nezhmetdinov was the trainer of Tal. Tal put a lot of Nezhmetdinov examples in his book, "Attack with Mikhail Tal". He also plays a lot like Tal too.|
|Apr-16-10|| ||birthtimes: Botvinnik once said, "Nobody sees combinations like Rashid Nezhmetdinov." Here, Zak gets whacked, for if 28.Kd3 then 28...Qf5+ 29.Kc4 Ne4 30.Qc2 Qxe6+ 31.Nd5 a6! and this extremely quiet move loudly seals the game. And if 28.Kf1 Ng4 29.Nd5 then 29...Bd4! 30.Qxd4 cxd4 31.Rxd4 Bxd5 32.Rxd5 Rc8! 33.e7 Nxe3+ 34.Rxe3 Rc1+ 35.Re1 Qh1+ 36.Ke2 Qe4+ 37.Kd2 Qc2+ 38.Ke3 Rxe1+ 39.Kf4 Qe4+ 40.Kg5 Qxd5+ 41.Kh4 Qh5#!!!|
|Jul-18-12|| ||LoveThatJoker: Guess-the-Move Final Score:
V Zak vs Nezhmetdinov, 1951.
YOU ARE PLAYING THE ROLE OF NEZHMETDINOV.
Your score: 52 (par = 38)