|Dec-02-09|| ||whiteshark: oh wow...*ahem* ffffiiiirrrsssstttt!!!|
|Dec-02-09|| ||noviant: Caruana misscalculated on 18. Bxf4...I prefer 18. Bc5, exchange the bishop and keep pressure on the Black King's side...|
|Dec-02-09|| ||DiscoJew: [oh wow...*ahem* ffffiiiirrrsssstttt!!!]
whiteshark you stealer, that's my line...come up with your own great one liners, I know you are more than capable!
see for proof of the skulduggery Karpov vs Kasparov, 2009
|Dec-02-09|| ||Eyal: <Caruana misscalculated on 18. Bxf4...I prefer 18. Bc5, exchange the bishop and keep pressure on the Black King's side...>|
18.Bc5 leads White to immediate trouble: 18...c6 19.Qc4 b5 20.Qb4 a5 21.Qa3 b4. 18.Bxf4! is actually very good - the problem was with 22.Rxd6?
Instead, White gets a strong attack after 22.g5+ Kf5 (22...Ke7 23.Rxe6+ Qxe6 24.Qxb7+) 23.Red1 Bc5 (23...Be5 Rd7) 24.Qc4! Bxd4 25.Qd3+ Re4 26.cxd4, though maybe Black can hold the draw by 26...Qe6 27.f3 Re8 28.Re1 Qd5.
|Dec-02-09|| ||Atking: It was a blitz and yes Caruana misscalculed. I think 17.f4 first 17...exf 18.Bd4 g6 19.Rde1 Kf7 20.h5 is very promising for White . So 17...c6 18.Qb3 (with 19.RxBd6) 18...Kh8 19.fxe Bxe 20.Bd4 White seems to me a bit better.|
|Dec-03-09|| ||DiscoJew: I think I might have an argument here to claim "first".|
|Dec-03-09|| ||DiscoJew: ****Attention****
here is the entire rip off in its entirety:
Sep-22-09 DiscoJew: oh wow...*ahem* ffffiiiirrrsssstttt!!!
Premium Chessgames Member *******whiteshark: <DiscoJew> I'll *ahem* second that!!!
****So do yourself a favor, and see,
Karpov vs Kasparov, 2009
|Dec-03-09|| ||whiteshark: <DiscoJew> You've got me there. :D:D:D|
|Dec-03-09|| ||whiteshark: No excuses, but it was actually my comp, who sended the post.|
|Dec-04-09|| ||Andrew Chapman: 25..Qe8 is nice. Unusual with a move in hand to be unable to prevent a back rank mate. The white queen on the one square b3 where it should not have been.|
|Dec-06-09|| ||DiscoJew: <whiteshark>
Really? does your computer randomly make comments on this site? is that legal, to publish something under someones name without real time consent?
|Jan-11-10|| ||noviant: Eyal: 18.Bc5 leads White to immediate trouble: 18...c6
I preffered exchange the Q for B + R, while Black's Rook still inactive and pressure the pawn on e5 and f4.|
|Feb-07-10|| ||DiscoJew: No explanation?|