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|Jan-21-14|| ||Penguincw: 2/2 this week. :)|
|Jan-21-14|| ||whiteshark: <13.Nxf7!!!>, and that's it. As a true BDGambiteer you don't go for the exchange after <13... Qb6>, but play <14.Rxf3!!!!> for further attack. |
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|Jan-21-14|| ||Hevelius: Another promising Tuesday, with a nice puzzle that took me a dozen of seconds to be worked out. Now that's a good way to get the afternoon work afoot. Good day everyone.|
|Jan-21-14|| ||TheTamale: <Skewbrow>: I agree that in your line White seems to have run out of firepower, and he's just down in material. I agree with <Ratt Boy>'s assessment: for a Tuesday puzzle, this sure doesn't lead to an inevitable conclusion. Rest assured if I were White, I'd find a way to lose it.|
|Jan-21-14|| ||solskytz: For some reason, after updating Java on my browser (google chrome) I can suddenly no longer see the games on chessgames.com. Anybody has an idea how to solve this?|
|Jan-21-14|| ||mel gibson: Computer replies:
14 Rxf3 Rf8
15 Qxe6 c5
16 d5 QxQ
17 PxQ Nb8 value for black = -3.09
White wins with checkmate by move 62.
Not an easy win for white.
|Jan-21-14|| ||TheTamale: <solskytz>: Can't guarantee this will help, but it's something you can try - click the "Profile" button at the top of the page. Then find the "edit your preferences" link and play around with the "Choose Game Viewer" option. I believe this is what I did last time I updated Java. Good luck!|
|Jan-21-14|| ||DcGentle: The game opening is the Blackmar-Diemer Gambit (BDG).|
This line :<1. d4 d5 2. e4 dxe4 3. Nc3 Nf6 4. f3 exf3 5. Nxf3 g6 6. Bc4 Bg7 7. O-O O-O 8. Qe1 Nc6 9. Qh4 Bg4> is most likely one of the best lines for Black to play against this gambit.
As you can read here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blackm... Wikipedia confirms my opinion that the Leisebein-Variation refutes the BDG: "However, after Peter Leisebein's 9...Nc6 10.Qh4 Bg4!, it is doubtful if White obtains enough compensation for the pawn against accurate play."
You can read some extensively annotated analysis here: DcGentle chessforum
|Jan-21-14|| ||FSR: <Skewbrow> Woops, you're right. Embarrassment city - I wrote 15...cxd5, but thought 15...exd5.|
Your <13...Qb6> is a good try, then. Instead of 14.Nxh8, White should play <14.Rxf3!> (this is stronger here than it is against 13...Qc7, since Black's queen isn't on the second rank to defend the bishop on e7) <Kxf7 15.Qxe6+ Ke8 16.Re3!> and Black has no good way to defend the bishop, e.g. 16...Nd5? 17.Bxd5 or 16...Qd8? 17.Qf7#. That leaves only the abject <16...Ng8>, when <17.Qf7+ Kd8 18.Re6!> leaves Black with no good answer to the threat of 19.Qxg7 Bf6 20.Rxf6.
|Jan-21-14|| ||Cheapo by the Dozen: <FSR>
Ack. You're right. I was being careless.
Fortunately, I think there's a fix to my line:
16.Bf4 (Q moves, and not to d8)
16 ... Ne5
17 Bxe5 Qd7
18 Qf7+ Kd8
destroys Black (the queen is lost), while other queen moves at 17 allow quick mates.
|Jan-21-14|| ||Mojodomo: <solskytz>: I had the same problem and tried what <TheTamale> suggested. pgn4web, the default viewer, worked with the java update, while the fancier viewers were blocked. Thanks Tamale!|
|Jan-21-14|| ||PJs Studio: Cheapo nailed it. Nxf7 is a game wrecker. All i can add; when faced with this in a game - do NOT play 13...Kf7. It's a simple mate. Move your queen or resign.|
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|Jan-21-14|| ||WoodPushkin: Greetings
Certainly resignable but far from over. Good end game study.
Analysis, Calculation, Execution: Study!!
|Jan-21-14|| ||scutigera: Never accept a gambit from the guy it's named after.|
|Jan-21-14|| ||BOSTER: The< negative capability> was the only goal when the Bishop changed one hotel after another : c8 ,f5 ,g6 ,h5 ,f3 , and finally left his harbour in a hurry , when poor pawns f7 and e6 had no protection.|
|Jan-21-14|| ||Cheapo by the Dozen: How can you name something the "Gedult Gambit" and then have a game that ends on Move 13? Doesn't sound like it took a lot of patience to me! :)|
|Jan-21-14|| ||Cheapo by the Dozen: <scutigera> Capablanca vs Marshall, 1918 begs to differ. :)|
|Jan-21-14|| ||skeptic50: Having problems viewing the chess games after updating your Java? To fix it do the following 3 steps(for Windows 7):|
1) Click Start -> Control Panel -> Java;
which brings up the Java Control Panel
2) Click on the "Security" Tab
3) Slide the bar down to change your security level from High to Medium.
If your Java Control Panel does not have the Security Level slide bar, you probably have more than one version of Java installed and the Java Control Panel is an older one.
You can go here http://www.java.com/en/download/faq...
to remove the older versions of Java.
|Jan-21-14|| ||Mr Bigz: Nothing to fear for white. His pieces are off the bank rank and coordinated. Nxf7 burns the house down.|
|Jan-22-14|| ||Nullifidian: 13. ♘xf7 forks the queen and rook.|
|Jan-23-14|| ||kevin86: The knight fork-sac wins this one in a hurry!|
|Jan-23-14|| ||scutigera: <Cheapo>: Licet Jovi, non licet bovi, or as Lasker put it, "When a strong master thinks for forty-five minutes and then plays a piece where I can take it, I leave it alone." If you have the guts for "the way to refute a gambit is to accept it", though, you do earn a lot more glory. If only there were a column for glory in the crosstables...|
|Jan-28-14|| ||solskytz: Thank you, <TheTamale>. This solved the problem!!|
|Jan-02-15|| ||GoldenBird: Eww blackmar diemer gambit|
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