|Mar-13-09|| ||charlie2000: wooooooooooooow|
|Mar-13-09|| ||sallom89: crazy game, typical evans game?|
|Mar-13-09|| ||blacksburg: if your <Pupols> is <constricted>, you probably need more fiber in your diet.|
|Mar-13-09|| ||An Englishman: Good Evening: <sallom89>, it might be a typical Larry D. Evans game, but this isn't GM Larry M. Evans. Nonetheless, it's best not to trifle with this one, either.|
|Mar-13-09|| ||AnalyzeThis: 8. Bg5 is just wrong, but this was the early days of this gambit gaining popular acceptance, and there were bound to be some mistakes along the way.|
|Mar-13-09|| ||sallom89: <An Englishman> Lol, I felt that something was wrong with my comment after I posted it.|
|Mar-13-09|| ||rangek: The name of this opening rocks: Benko Gambit: Accepted. Fully accepted variation.|
|Mar-13-09|| ||TheAlchemist: A few drops of atropine should take care of it.|
|Mar-13-09|| ||whiteshark: A liberated feels constricted. :D|
|Mar-13-09|| ||TheDestruktor: I am no specialist in this opening, but it seems to me that white commited strategical suicide here.|
First, he plays 7.g3
Then, for some reason, he does not fianchetto the bishop. Instead, he plays e4 and exchange the bishop, leaving the f3 square weak forever.
And for what does he exchange the bishop? For the opponent's bishop? No, for the knight. The opponent's bishop remains on board, preventing him from castling.
Then, as an extra, he helps black in opening the f file.
At move 20, I already don't see how white could avoid an attack.
|Mar-13-09|| ||whiteshark: <TheDestruktor> I think <8. Bg5> (Novelty of stem-game) and the following moves incl 12.e4 are anti-positional.
After <8.Bg2/9.Nh3/10.0-0> White is well developed.|
|Mar-13-09|| ||kevin86: Evans was quite able to "dilate" his opponent.|
|Mar-13-09|| ||nevski: I agree with TheDestruktor.More, Pupols seems a patzer!!|
|Mar-13-09|| ||Jack Kerouac: Played in the U.S Class Championships,Detroit, 1977 and Pupols won the Master class. It was my first tournament and I at least finished in the upper third of the unrated section,3.5-1.5.
(Although I wasn't known as Jack Kerouac back then; Neal Cassady.)|
|Mar-13-09|| ||tivrfoa: strange game|
|Mar-13-09|| ||Domdaniel: Good Evans.|
|Mar-13-09|| ||Andrijadj: White's play is suicidal...|
|Mar-13-09|| ||ajile: 13.Bxc4?
Let's see how many weak light squares we can create around our king.
|Mar-13-09|| ||JG27Pyth: At game's end White has a slight material advantage... why did he resign? ...JUST KIDDING!|
|Mar-13-09|| ||WhiteRook48: I almost thought Black was the Evans who drew Reshevsky|
|Mar-15-09|| ||whiteshark: <Pupols seems a patzer!!> Nope, Pupols beat young Bobby Fischer with a Latvian Gambit.|