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|Sep-15-07|| ||Emma: A Game like this make you realise that people are world champions because they are the best tacticions. Everything else is just style|
|Sep-15-07|| ||Breunor: blingice: That doesn't do anything: Qxd4.
I don't think this works, after Qxd4, I think black can play Nf3 ch nabbing the queen.
al wazir: If 28...Qc5, does white have anything better than 29. Rxc5 Nxc5 30. h8=Q+ Rxh8 31. Bxh8 ?
Not sure, how about 29 g5 ch? If N x g5, R x Q may be better here.
|Sep-15-07|| ||mallocks: <al wazir> Rybka suggests the following line following 28...Qc5:|
17-ply (+7.22) 29.Raf1 b6 30.R1f3 Ba6 31.Rxc5 Bxd3 32.Rh5+ Kg6
|Sep-16-07|| ||GrandPatzerSCL: It's nice of Minasian to play through to checkmate, despite knowing the mate was coming. I appreciate that kind of stuff, as do others, I'm sure.|
|Sep-17-07|| ||kevin86: A one in a million game. White sacrifices queen and rook to mate with a pawn!!|
Much too much of black's army is left on the starting blocks. The rooks and bishop are as useful as Christmas tree lights in mid July.
|Sep-24-07|| ||patzerboy: Yikes! wrong Tigran.
[egg on face]
|Sep-24-07|| ||Davolni: Just by looking this game, I think young Petrosian deserves his name!!!|
|Oct-06-09|| ||WhiteRook48: if it was any world champion then it would be Tal not Petrosian|
|Nov-15-10|| ||sevenseaman: The only thing I wanted to verify was Minasian's Fide rating!|
|Nov-15-10|| ||sevenseaman: This is for the first time I learn that there were two Petrosians; V the positional wizard and WC, and L here.|
I find this game from L equally worthy of V and indeed was mentally attributing it to the latter.
|Feb-02-12|| ||nolanryan: BRILLIANT|
|Oct-01-12|| ||shakman: same opening line ... Rybka vs Shredder, 2009|
|Nov-23-13|| ||asiduodiego: I guess if your name is "Tigran Petrosian", you have no choice but to produce beautiful games such as this. XD|
|May-22-16|| ||offramp: Petrosian must be like Smith in Armenia.|
|May-22-16|| ||piltdown man: <Emma> Wrong Tigran! This Tigran is pretty good, but he wasn't world champion.|
|May-22-16|| ||offramp: <piltdown man: <Emma> Wrong Tigran! This Tigran is pretty good, but he wasn't world champion.>|
User: Emma has not posted here for 7 years and I fear that she still roams the streets of France spreading abroad the disinformation that this game was by Tigran Vartanovich Petrosian.
However I am going to visit Avignon next year and if I run into her I shall show her a copy of your post and watch her carapace of blissful ignorance shatter.
|May-22-16|| ||alshatranji: How about 26.g5 (?) The actual one i more brilliant of course. But g5 seems quite strong.|
|May-22-16|| ||morfishine: Chernev would call this glorious|
|May-22-16|| ||Ratt Boy: He's a bit more of a fiery tactician than his namesake.|
|May-22-16|| ||Ironmanth: Beautiful!|
|May-22-16|| ||catlover: Nice choice for GOTD.|
|May-22-16|| ||offramp: <Ratt Boy: He's a bit more of a fiery tactician than his namesake.>|
How do you know he's a tiresome factician?
|May-22-16|| ||thegoodanarchist: This is the type of game that Funk & Wagnalls might describe as symbolizing an iconographic codex of epistemological relativism.|
Each move, nay, each ply even, rectifies the previous subsumption that, at the time of the artifice being in play, was errantly derived.
Honestly, I can entreat no greater epitaph, and one is indeed merited, as the king was mated.
|May-23-16|| ||hamzaable: this is best tactical game i have seen till today|
|May-23-16|| ||kevin86: The final mate is artistic: The bishop aid the pawn!|
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