|Jul-17-08|| ||chancho: Double check and mate.|
|Jul-17-08|| ||CapablancaFan: Capa plays in Tal like fashion in this all out attack/sacrificial game.|
|Jul-17-08|| ||Calli: The surprise equalizer for Black after Capa's 12.Bxh7? is the startling 12...Qg8!! Would not expect an unknown to find it, but, if he did, Masyutin not be an unknown.|
|Jul-17-08|| ||chancho: <Calli> But what if Capa plays 13.Ng6+?|
|Jul-17-08|| ||CapablancaFan: <chancho: <Calli> But what if Capa plays 13.Ng6+?> I do believe <chancho> has totally found the correct refutation to that move as black must at least lose the exchange! Calli, how do you respond? LMAO!|
|Jul-17-08|| ||erad1288: this is ridiculous, Capa just sacs a pawn then proceeds to sac both knights and another pawn walking the black king into a hilarious double check mating pattern. Capa the genius I suppose!|
|Jul-18-08|| ||Calli: <Chancho> I think Black is okay after 12...Qg8 13.Ng6+ Kd8 14.Nxh8 Bxd4+ 15.Kh1 Qxh8 16.Bg6 Qxh5 17.Bxh5 Nf6 18.Bg6 b6 He has two Bs and pawn for the exchange.|
|Aug-08-08|| ||chancho: <Calli> You're right. He's still in it after 12...Qg8.|
|Aug-08-08|| ||sleepyirv: I feel sorry for Masyutin in this one. Trying to run your king alone towards white is never something you want to do.|
|Feb-12-10|| ||Joe le Taxi: Pas d'accord avec Calli !
Après 12......Dg8 13.Cg6+ Rd8 14.CxTh8 Fxd4+ 15.Rh1 DxCh8 16.Tf7! Cf6 17.Dh4! FxCc3 18.bxFc3 DxFh7 19.DxCf6+ gxDf6 20.TxDh7 (si 17......Re8 18.TxCf6 FxTf6 19.Fg6+ )
|May-20-13|| ||Blunderdome: ....!!|
|May-20-13|| ||RookFile: This game is absurdly brilliant.|
|Nov-19-13|| ||fm avari viraf: Capa's ferocious attack rampaged the Black's kingdom sans mercy!|
|Feb-08-14|| ||Cemoblanca: Double checkmate! The dream of any player. ;)
12...Nf8?? was definitely the wrong turn. Better was to simplify major pieces immediately, for example 12...Qe8! 13.Qxe8 [13.Ng6+?! Kd8 14.Qh3 Bxd4 15.Kh1 Qxg6! 16.Bxg6 Rxh3 17.gxh3 Bf6 & Black has a nice game after Kc7/Ne5/Bd7/Rh8, etc.] 13...Rxe8 14.Bg6 Bxe5!? 15.dxe5 Rf8! 16.Rxf8 Nxf8 17.Bd3 Nd7!, etc.
|Sep-15-14|| ||talwnbe4: 12..Qe8 and black has a slight advantage
9.Qe2 2.0 (Stockfish) 9. Qe2 (how does black defend e6? (9. Qe2 Qe7 10. Rae1 Kd8 11. Bh4 a5 12. Ng5) 4.0) 9.. Bb4 10. Qxe6+ Qe7 11. Qxe7+ Kxe7 12. Rae1+ Kf7 13. Ne5+ Kg8 14. Kh1 h6 15. Bxf6 Nxf6 16. Ng6 Rh7
|Jun-15-15|| ||TheFocus: From a simultaneous exhibition in Kiev, Russia on March 2, 1914.|
Capablanca scored +24=1-5.
|Oct-15-17|| ||mikealando: Wow!!!|