|Apr-27-08|| ||sambo: Nifty endgame by Schubert. Happy 114th, buddy!|
|Apr-27-11|| ||profK: I think white has to give the pawn back with 22.g3. The black knight has to be displaced....it is very powerful as Reti finds out.|
|Apr-27-11|| ||KokeFischer: Black's attack was very unexpected. It was done efficiently.|
|Apr-27-11|| ||Nietzowitsch: Kind of a model game, no?|
|Jan-18-18|| ||saturn2: The Schubert Retiem|
|Jan-18-18|| ||Ratt Boy: How 'bout 24.♘e5, ♖ah8 25.f3, ♖h1+ 26.♔f2, ♖1h2+ 27.♔g3 ? Does that hold? Black can make scary mate threats with 27...♘e6, but I like 28.♘xg6!, holding the h4 square.|
|Jan-18-18|| ||Cheapo by the Dozen: Best pun we've had in a long time. It actually describes an important aspect of the game!|
|Jan-18-18|| ||nalinw: Yes - this pun must be in the top 10 of the ones I have seen.|
|Jan-18-18|| ||ChessHigherCat: Or <Death and the Matin'>|
|Jan-18-18|| ||RookFile: 22. h4 would have been a neat little move, sealing the win for white, and denying black counterplay.|
|Jan-18-18|| ||ughaibu: RookFile: I guess black would try 22...g5|
|Jan-18-18|| ||Grandma Sturleigh: Great pun!
Though here it's Reti rather than Schubert who had unfinished business.
|Jan-18-18|| ||ajile: Dunno, looks kinda like a London System to me. Kamsky would approve!|
|Jan-25-18|| ||GrahamClayton: 22...♗xh3 is a nice double purpose move - it rips open the White K-side, but also gets the bishop out of the way for the doubling of the rooks on the h-file.|