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Nenad Panic vs Miroslav Markovic
"Panic Attack" (game of the day Mar-20-2013)
21st Belgrade Trophy (2008), Belgrade SRB, rd 4, Nov-30
Sicilian Defense: Kupreichik Variation (B56)  ·  1-0
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Jan-13-13
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  FSR: Panic Attack! And a weird one it is, what with <White's> king dancing long before Black's does. Houdini 3 gives White a winning advantage already after 13.Ng3, and at all times thereafter. After 21.Rb1! White has a crushing advantage (+6), and a +37 advantage after 24.Kd3.
Mar-20-13
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  FSR: This is the 50th pun I've submitted that CG.com has used. Game Collection: Puns I submitted (At least; I could have missed a few.)
Mar-20-13  Abdel Irada: <After 21.Rb1! White has a crushing advantage (+6), and a +37 advantage after 24.Kd3.>

You get a feeling that you may have gone astray somewhere when the engines think you're more than four queens down.

Mar-20-13  Gogia: So, it is 32.Bf4+ that leads to mate, right?
Mar-20-13  Shams: <Gogia> Yepperooni.
Mar-20-13  poly: If it's serbia it probably panich
Mar-20-13  sorinch: 32.Bf4 e5 33. Be5 Ke6 34.Qc8#
Mar-20-13  Dimitrije Mandic: Yep, it sounds very similar to "Panich". (It's actually spelled 'Panić'.)
Mar-20-13  PaulLovric: yes <poly> if your name ends in 'ic' and you are from the Balkans, it is pronounced as 'ich'
Mar-20-13
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  PawnSac: When i first loaded the game and looked at the pun i thought, "gee, i hope the game is as good as the pun!"
Mar-20-13
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  PawnSac: <sorinch: 32.Bf4 e5 33. Be5 Ke6 34.Qc8#>

or 32.Bf4+ e5 33.Bxe5+ Kc5 34.b4#

Mar-20-13
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  kevin86: A pair of dancing kings highlight this one;but only black's seem to be in a panic state.
Mar-20-13
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  rodchuck: <FSR>I don't know whether you're into German, but I would say your puns are a "rhine Vergnügung" (pure pleasure) - Groan!
Mar-20-13
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  Richard Taylor: <FSR: This is the 50th pun I've submitted that CG.com has used. Game Collection: Puns I submitted (At least; I could have missed a few.)>

Would you describe yourself as a very punny man?

Mar-20-13
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  Richard Taylor: <rodchuck: <FSR>I don't know whether you're into German, but I would say your puns are a "rhine Vergnügung" (pure pleasure) - Groan!>

I learnt my German from "Fawlty Towers" and war films. "Raus! Raus!" they shouted as they pushed the people (going on an annual German seaside holiday) onto the trains...that is how I learnt that Germans love shouting and receiving orders and eating apple strudel and making funny hysterical speeches to the excited assembled masses...

Mar-20-13  Abdel Irada: <I learnt my German from "Fawlty Towers" and war films. "Raus! Raus!" they shouted as they pushed the people (going on an annual German seaside holiday) onto the trains...that is how I learnt that Germans love shouting and receiving orders and eating apple strudel and making funny hysterical speeches to the excited assembled masses...>

Sounds to me as though you learned your "German" from "Hogan's Heroes."

Mar-20-13
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  FSR: <rodchuck: <FSR>I don't know whether you're into German, but I would say your puns are a "rhine Vergnügung" (pure pleasure) - Groan!>

I'm not into German, but thanks nonetheless. :-)

<Richard Taylor: <FSR: This is the 50th pun I've submitted that CG.com has used. Game Collection: Puns I submitted (At least; I could have missed a few.)>

Would you describe yourself as a very punny man?>

I like making bad puns, so I guess I'm well suited to coming up with them for chessgames.com, which obviously likes that sort of thing.

Mar-20-13  Abdel Irada: <I like making bad puns, so I guess I'm well suited to coming up with them for chessgames.com, which obviously likes that sort of thing.>

No accounting for taste. :-P

Mar-21-13
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  sfm: A brilliant game.

We can all see that Black neglects his development, in return for an early attack. And receives a due punishment, justice is done. A school example.

"Soundness" is the hallmark of the best players.

Not so! Sound moves may be very easy to reply correctly to. As Larsen said: "To win you may have to take the risk of losing". He tasted and administered this medicine himself so many times. Tal's top known game Tal vs Larsen, 1965
wins on an brilliant, unsound move. Like Tal did so many times.

It's all about making your opponent go wrong. Sharpness and aggression, with a reasonable level of soundness - that is winning chess!

Mar-23-13
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  Richard Taylor: < Abdel Irada: <I learnt my German from "Fawlty Towers" and war films. "Raus! Raus!" they shouted as they pushed the people (going on an annual German seaside holiday) onto the trains...that is how I learnt that Germans love shouting and receiving orders and eating apple strudel and making funny hysterical speeches to the excited assembled masses...>

Sounds to me as though you learned your "German" from "Hogan's Heroes." >

I used to watch that but there was also movies and comics in the 50s. Also once I worked with lot of Dutch (born) technicians and they liked saying Ja Wohl (ironically).

Then there was a TV docu and a film about the 2nd World War and the fate of the Jews - the ones being pushed onto the trains (for their holidays)!

But a lot of the movies we saw in the 50s were pro-US and anti-communist propaganda...the US of course always won as they won all the wars single handedly...

Mar-23-13
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  Richard Taylor: I think that Aronian deliberately played relatively unsound chess against Ivanchuk (in the current candidates) to force confusion and some complexity and got lucky, as Tal did with many games. Psychology counts. But when Botvinnik recovered he played very well in the return match (1961) to beat Tal who praised his play.

These players are creative in different ways. The limitation is the sad need to win.

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