|Aug-18-04|| ||jaime gallegos: if 22...Bxe3 23.Rxh7# ... if 22... h6 23. Rxh6+ Bxh6 24.Rxh6+ Kg7 25.Qg5# |
|Aug-18-04|| ||patzer2: White's 15. e6!, like a loose wrench in a jet engine, is a strong obstruction move. After 16. Bxe6+ Black is blockaded, leaving him unable to coordinate his pieces and stop the White attack. |
|Aug-18-04|| ||patzer2: The odd looking 20. Nd5! is a good example of using the Knight Fork to gain a positional advantage. If Black declines the offer, then White exchanges off the Knights and proceeds with the winning kingside attack (e.g. 19...Qd8 20. Nxf6 Rxf6 21. h4 ). |
|Aug-20-04|| ||TalisTal: if 22..h6 23.Rxh6+ Bxh6 24.Qxh6# |
|Jun-14-07|| ||WannaBe: So, he forked over his Seul? =)|
|Jun-14-07|| ||Phony Benoni: <WannaBe: So, he forked over his Seul? =) >|
Which is why he lost so Faust. Nd5 was a devilish move.
|Jun-14-07|| ||kevin86: Black's knight was a powerful defensive piece. Its defense was very strong. It took an unusual kind of fork to either loss this valuable defender or lose his queen.|
With such bad choices,black was doomed to defeat.
|Jun-14-07|| ||Kleve: Excellent punning, all. <Phony Benoni>, you just killed it! (In a good way.)|
|Jun-14-07|| ||Chessmensch: It is not well with his Seul.|
|Jun-14-07|| ||orior: 22..h6 23.Rxh6+ Kg7 ..and?|
|Jun-14-07|| ||Timetraveller: <orior> After 22...h6 23.Rxh6+ Kg7 there are a lot of ways to win, but 24. Qg1+ is quite quick.|
|Jun-14-07|| ||fm avari viraf: Grischuks played the whole game superbly & systematically outwitted his adversary where Seul's Soul was never at ease.|
|Jun-15-07|| ||kevin86: Mr. Seul was fillet-ed|