|Apr-23-08|| ||The Chess Express: 16. f4? was the mistake that lead to white's dificulties. 16. Rc1 Nbc6 17. 0-0 0-0-0 18. c3 dxc3 19. Bxc3 d4 20. Bd2 f5 is more interesting.|
click for larger view
|Apr-03-12|| ||xenophon: I must be up early.|
|Apr-03-12|| ||waustad: Maybe this one?
|Apr-03-12|| ||MORPHYEUS: You haven't login for a while and when you do you see your pun submission as game of the day. Nice feeling.|
|Apr-03-12|| ||Bishoprick: I don't understand this resignation. What is supposed to happen next?|
|Apr-03-12|| ||viking78: 27.Ke3 then what?|
|Apr-03-12|| ||goodevans: <Bishoprick: I don't understand this resignation. What is supposed to happen next?>|
<viking78: 27.Ke3 then what?>
Black will next grab the c-pawn.
I don't think it's about immediate threats, just that White finds himself bags of material down without any real compensation.
|Apr-03-12|| ||Garech: Great game; Khalifman is a maestro with the Armenian Winawer, check out|
Judit Polgar vs Khalifman, 2000
for another superb display.
|Apr-03-12|| ||Sastre: 27.Ke3 Be4 with the threat of 28...Nf5+ wins.|
|Apr-03-12|| ||Garech: P.s. regarding the resignation, after 27.Ke3 will come ...Rc8! with a crushing advantage. For example 28.Re2 (virtually forced, or white is losing even more quickly)...Qg3+ 29.Kd2 Rxc2+ 30.Kd1:|
click for larger view
and black can choose between Rxe2 and Qb3 (followed up with Qxa3 in both lines) and endgames are completely winning.
|Apr-03-12|| ||viking78: thx <Garech> for the analyse, 27...Rc8 is indeed a strong move.|
|Apr-03-12|| ||kevin86: On Seinfeld,there was an attempt to de-superhero Spiderman and Superman just be changing the accent on their names FROM the last sylable.|
|Apr-03-12|| ||scormus: Ouch! Even Jan Timman came undone playing Qg4, Qxg7 against the Winawer. I feel in good company!|
Really a masterclass by Kalifman.
<Who's the man?> The Man In Black of course ;)
|Apr-03-12|| ||Penguincw: I get the pun. Both player's last name ends with "man".|
|Jul-23-12|| ||LoveThatJoker: Guess-the-Move Final Score:
Timman vs Khalifman, 2000.
YOU ARE PLAYING THE ROLE OF KHALIFMAN.
Your score: 44 (par = 26)