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|Jun-01-07|| ||acirce: Bareev had to go down in flames in one game, of course. But he won't lose as White tomorrow.|
|Jun-01-07|| ||Knight13: <Now she only needs to win 2 more games in this match. :-P> Meant 1 more game, not 2.|
|Jun-01-07|| ||Maxim Dlugy: After 22...Qb3 Black would have much better coverage of the weaknesses and could have held. It will be interesting to see how Judith tries to win with Black next game.|
|Jun-01-07|| ||al wazir: Why didn't black play 15...Nfxe4 ? 16. Be3 is answered by 16...Qc7, and after 16. Bc4 both 16...Qc7 and 16...Nd6 look playable.|
|Jun-01-07|| ||Raginmund: before I say it was a nice game, I'll ask: what's white menace that made Bareev plays 17. ... Ne6?? It was clear that after 18. Bxe6 black wouldn't have a good position.|
I didn't think in 22. ... Qb3, I say that any move would be better than Qxb2, maybe Bareev had overlooked white's attack (a brutal error, when there's on the other side of the board Judith).
Now I can say... Nice win by the lady... go for win Judith!! Bareev must have children to take care too. Take him home and go ahead lady!!!
|Jun-01-07|| ||chancho: <acirce: Bareev had to go down in flames in one game, of course. But he won't lose as White tomorrow.>|
I would not be too surprised if she won, but I sure wouldn't bet on it.
|Jun-01-07|| ||Hot Logic: Great! Bareev has done very well so far but I hope Judit can pull a Carlsen and even it up with a final round win so she can make it to tie-breaks.|
|Jun-01-07|| ||sheaf: a typical judit polgar win, tactics.|
|Jun-01-07|| ||newton296: 19) ...Qd4!? hunting down pawns is a dubious plan . Instead ...Re8! looks better as it prevents white's Q and rook form invading the 6th and 7th rank and Blacks game seems fine . that being said , great attack by polgar! correctly giving away the Q side pawns for the big kingside attack. I think bareev missed 25) Rxg7 !! It was not at all obvious how affective that move was until 33 Qg7 + threatning mate if the black king advance or mate if he retreats. Sweetness!|
|Jun-01-07|| ||newton296: maxim dlugy;; I agree 22)...Qb3 was another error by bareev! Not the best game for him but congrats to polgar for capitalizing on the mistakes so well!!|
|Jun-01-07|| ||Wolfgang01: Judit, you'll make it tommorow!! Great game today. Emanuel Lasker made it with Carl Schlechter and you make it to Evgeny Bareev!!|
|Jun-01-07|| ||Octavia: g l Judit!|
|Jun-02-07|| ||arunjangity: can you believe it, the winning move is 29.kh1. without it, it would just be a perpetual and i'm sure that's what bareev saw. great forsight by polgar.|
|Jun-02-07|| ||Andrew Chapman: <Why didn't black play 15...Nfxe4 ?>I was wondering the same thing. But after Be3 and your suggestion Qc7, then perhaps white can just play, say Qg2, threatening f3. The knights are defending each other and both are en pris, so then black would maybe have to play Bf8 or Qe7 to defend the c5 knight and it's getting awkward.|
|Jun-02-07|| ||arunjangity: another interesting way to die is 26...Kf1 27.Rb1, instantly killing the black queen (any attempt to save it results in mate.)|
|Jun-02-07|| ||Andrew Chapman: <what's white menace that made Bareev plays 17. ... Ne6?? > I was expecting Kh8 followed by f6 or f5, which might have been a better way of opening the f file, which seems good for black.|
|Jun-02-07|| ||Andrew Chapman: <another interesting way to die is 26...Kf1 27.Rb1> Kf7. Nice.|
|Jun-02-07|| ||mjk: <al wazir> Maybe something like 15...fxe4 16.e3 c7 17.xc5 xc5 18.c3 and planning 19.f4|
|Jun-02-07|| ||Atking: <Al wazir> and <mjk> or simply 17.c3 and 18.b4. Gives up another pawn but wins a precious knight. Else I have some problem to connect I can see the game normally. If someone see this message could be kind enought to put the texte of the game 6|
|Jun-02-07|| ||kevin86: It looked like white was trying to pin her opponent along the g-and h-file. Instead,she was setting up a winning forking combination. |
A big win for Judit!
|Jun-02-07|| ||fm avari viraf: Judit played this game in great style & confidence which she needs in future encounters.|
|Jun-02-07|| ||Astardis: So she finally managed to win a game and it makes game of the day at once? Oh please!!! Now IF she is a "normal" chessplayer, she should be treated like that. And in that case this game is in no was special.
Otherwise, be at least honest and say "the female won!".|
|Jun-02-07|| ||HeMateMe: Danm, that was Smokin!|
|Jun-30-07|| ||midknightblue: <asatardis> the game looked pretty awesome to me. Perhaps one of your victories over Bareev is more beautiful?|
|Nov-10-07|| ||hesyrett: <asatardis> Oh come on now. If you were shown this game with no knowledge of who played it, might you not guess Tal played White against some random IM? We are lucky to have JP with us, for similar reasons that we're lucky to have Veselin Topalov, and, back in the day, were lucky to have Bent Larsen. Too few GMs are willing to take risks and play sharp lines. Most make their living on opening subtleties, defensive accuracy and endgame technique. That's fine for their sporting results but far less entertaining for us spectators than the tactical melees JP, Tal and Topalov thrive on.|
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