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|Oct-19-07|| ||notyetagm: Final position:
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Black has driven the White king to h7. Result? -White- wins.
|Oct-19-07|| ||you vs yourself: It takes grande cajones to let your king out in the open, with the opponent's queen and 2 more pieces still on the board. Great game by Nakamura!|
|Oct-19-07|| ||chessmoron: Beu-ti-ful! It's a damn shame he didn't try to qualify for the World Cup because of studies.|
|Oct-20-07|| ||posoo: i was wrong never mind HOHOHO|
|Oct-20-07|| ||scrambler: Incredible game!!!
There's a saying: Sometimes ya gotta hunker down and take it like a jackass in a hailstorm! Now I know what they meant.
|Oct-20-07|| ||capablancakarpov: <you vs yourself: It takes grande cajones > The Spanish Word that i meant you want to use is COJONES, cajones are big boxes-drawers in spanish.|
|Oct-20-07|| ||you vs yourself: <capablancakarpov> Yep, cojones was the word I was looking for. Thanks for the correction!|
|Oct-20-07|| ||technical draw: In the US you have Indiana Jones in Latin America we have Keko Jones....|
|Oct-21-07|| ||AlfieNoakes: Whenever there's a Nakamura game on this site I get excited and look at it. This is about as exciting as chess gets and it's the reason I play.|
|Oct-22-07|| ||Gowe: In ICC <Naka> made a short analisys about the game, and he told to me that if 41...Rg6 he was planning to take with the bishop. |
The exact answer when i ask him if he would keep playing after 41...Rg6 was "Why not?"
And i told him that 40.Rxc4 was winning and he saw the move for just a second and told me that, indeed, it was winning.
|Oct-22-07|| ||Shams: <The exact answer when i ask him if he would keep playing after 41...Rg6 was "Why not?"> to which you of course replied, "because black has an immediate perpetual" -- right?|
|Oct-23-07|| ||al wazir: I think black would have won after 33...Bd7. If 34. Bf5, then 34...Qg5+ 35. Kh3 e6 36. Qa6+ Kd8, and now what does white have?|
|Oct-23-07|| ||Manic: <al wazir> If 33...Bd7 doesn't white win after 34.Qe5 forcing queen exchange because mate on c7 is threatened?|
|Oct-23-07|| ||syracrophy: I haven't stopped laughing of this! This is just INSANE! I must imagine Nakamura's words at the end of the game: |
"Thanks for this great game, Fluvia. I luv ya!"
|Oct-23-07|| ||Shams: <al wazir, Manic>33...Bd7 and
i. 34. Qe5?? Rg4+ 35.Kh3 Rxg4+ 36.Kh4 Rh3#
ii. 34. Bf5 Qg5+ 35. Kh3 e6 36.Qxc4
|Oct-23-07|| ||al wazir: <Shams>: Right on both counts. Then how about 33...Bg7 34. Bf5 Qxd4+ ? Then|
A) 35. Kh3 e6.
B) 35. Kxh5 Qh8+.
C) 35. Bf4 Qf6+ 36. Kh3/Kxh5 Qxf5+.
Unfortunately, D) 35. Rf4 wins for white.
|Oct-28-07|| ||Manic: OK, what if 33...Bd7 34.Qe5 Rg4+ 35.Kxh5 ?|
|Nov-05-07|| ||Chessmensch: Malcolm Pein discusses this game in his Telegraph Chess Column on November 4, 2007. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/arts/gra...|
|Jan-24-09|| ||WhiteRook48: king on h7 wins??|
|Mar-17-09|| ||Katu: Wow, the first time I went thru this game I thought Black hasa mating attack, he must wint, but... wait, he is playing Nakamura!|
|Sep-06-09|| ||WhiteRook48: the walking king|
|Jun-13-10|| ||zuizui: Bishop g6 check then must taken the Queen and thenRock h8 mat ;is this all right;)|
|Jun-13-10|| ||zuizui: 41...Bg6 42 ...Rh8++|
|Sep-12-10|| ||sevenseaman: The King walking without a care. I wont say I've seen anything like this before. What cheeky brinkmanship, but Black has no sustainable challenge!|
Revisitor's monument. The sharper the climax, the greater the delight.
|Jan-18-13|| ||Cemoblanca: The King "mated" the B, R + Q! :D That's new for me! ;)|
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