< Earlier Kibitzing · PAGE 3 OF 3 ·
|Jul-09-07|| ||jmrulez2004: !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! wowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww itll be nice if i can play like that...............|
|Jul-09-07|| ||SniperOnG7: Wow. Fantastic game!
<notyetagm> Where are you? You'll have a field day with your <tactics> annotations of this game!
|Jul-09-07|| ||luzhin: 20. f3 would have been good for Mr Molinari but bad for humanity.|
|Jul-09-07|| ||tatarch: What an elegant attack.|
|Jul-09-07|| ||Morphyisgod: Can someone please tell me how this would have ended?|
|Jul-09-07|| ||WannaBe: <Morphyisgod> The pawn takes the knight, the queen goes to h6. Or that's how I would seen it.|
|Jul-09-07|| ||Morphyisgod: Nvm i see it now 34.Hxg4 Qh6|
|Jul-09-07|| ||kevin86: Thanks for correcting my error-even if it is two years after the fact. I missed the possible interposition of the queen at g2. Mate does follow quickly.|
The final mate is (if I don't goof this one up too,lol) is 34 hxg4 h6+ 35 h4 xh4#. A real circus of pins and blocks by the black minor pieces.
|Jul-09-07|| ||jackpawn: It's interesting that such a game could be created by a total unknown.|
Just a beautiful mating attack.
|Jul-09-07|| ||fm avari viraf: What a fantastic & brilliant game played by a lesser known Cabral. I was simply astonished with the beautiful combinations till the very end. The fragrance of this game will remain for ever & that makes it Immortal.|
|Jul-09-07|| ||Rodrigo Gutierrez: <syracrophy: I'm wondering if there is a Mexican Immortal...>
There actually is a game that might classify as such: Torre-Lasker, Moscow 1925, where the Mexican prodigy Carlos Torre beat the former world champion with a manouver that has since been reproduced in virtually every tactics manual and textbook written. Check it out, and greetings from Mexico City.|
|Jul-09-07|| ||rodrigochaves: incredible game!!!!|
|Jul-09-07|| ||backyard pawn: You go Uruguay and I'll go mine.
What a beautiful finish!
|Oct-24-07|| ||Kublo: sublime|
|Sep-16-08|| ||DarthStapler: Oh wow|
|Nov-01-08|| ||SufferingBruin: I'm only tossing in this kibitz because this will put this game on the top of the "recent kibitzing list" and some curious soul might just check to see why two unfamiliar names are being discussed. Then said curious soul will replay the game. |
This is why we study chess, people. This is why the game makes us smile.
|Nov-28-08|| ||Open Defence: I wonder if Kasimdhzanov and Anand were inspired by this game|
|Nov-28-08|| ||kellmano: I echo <SufferingBruin> and thank <Open Defence> :-)|
I'll also add that it seems to me slightly sad that people resign these positions. Would it hurt to allow the mate to be shown on the board?
|Oct-30-09|| ||SirChrislov: 32... Bg1+ brilliant!!
also possible was 32... Ng4+ 33.hxg4 Bg1+ leads to the same.
but not 32... Ng4 33.hxg4 Qh6+??, as I played myself when analysing this game (boo to me!) because this gives wht the defensive 34.Qh3 and now 34... Bg1? doesn't work becuause of 35.Rxg1.
<Morphyisgod: can someone please tell me how this would have ended?>
Certainly: 34.hxg4 Qh6+ 35.Bh4 Qxh4#. An Immortal combination that will bring me awe every time I replay it,
but never as good as the first time I saw it. that was sweet. its never as good as the first time.
|Apr-24-10|| ||Willber G: <SirChrislov:
also possible was 32... Ng4+ 33.hxg4 Bg1+ leads to the same.>
No, because white now has 34.Kh3
|May-12-10|| ||SirChrislov: <Willber G>
of course, with ...Qxg4#. I meant wht is still lost.
|May-12-10|| ||SirChrislov: <syracrophy>: <I'm wondering if there is a Mexican Inmortal. But I don't think so.>|
This, my friend, is La Inmortal Mexicana!:
Carlos Torre vs Lasker, 1925
|Sep-29-10|| ||sevenseaman: Its a scintillating game by the Uruguayan Master. 34.hxg4 Gh6 settles the issue.|
|Sep-17-11|| ||tacticalmonster: candidate: 29 Nxf2 and 29 Ne3
a) 29 Nxf2 30 Bxf2 Qg5+ 31 Kh2 Ng4+ 32 hxg4 Bd6+! 33 Be3 Qh4+ 34 Qh3 Bxg3+ 35 Kg1 Qxh3 36 Bxf3 Qh2+ 37 Kf1 Qf2#
b) 29 Nxf2 30 Bxf3 Nxf3+ 31 Kg2 Ng5 32 Kh2 N5xh3 33 Kg2 Nf4+ 34 Bxf4 Qh3+ 35 Kg1 Qh1#
|Apr-13-13|| ||Llawdogg: The Uruguayan Immortal.|
< Earlier Kibitzing · PAGE 3 OF 3 ·