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|Apr-14-11|| ||FSR: <Shams> True, but I think CanteurX's mate is a little cooler.|
|Apr-15-11|| ||offramp: Where did theory end in this game?|
|Apr-15-11|| ||FSR: Supposedly 9...0-0 was a novelty. This sequence of moves (up to 9.e4) had only been seen once before, in M Ezat vs V Sipila, 2010.|
|Apr-15-11|| ||offramp: Thank you <FSR>. i thought it might have been later...|
|Apr-15-11|| ||sevenseaman: < FSR: Supposedly 9...0-0 was a novelty. This sequence of moves (up to 9.e4) had only been seen once before, in M Ezat vs V Sipila, 2010.>|
I am not sure but there is a similar Nimzo-Indian game between Anand - Wang. If you could help me recall.
|Apr-17-11|| ||An Englishman: Good Evening: Game of the Year, if nothing better comes along. The innovation 11...g5 (11...e5 was the choice in Anton Schmidt vs Aldo Hartl, 2000, but even that looks a little shaky) probably won't make another appearance any time soon. The first error might have been 7...Nc6, if the results in the database are trustworthy; indeed, 7...Bb7 continues to score well.|
|May-05-11|| ||apexin: a true gem,this.
its worth to watch analysis of this game here -
16.Bxd6!! 18.Ng3!! and Rf6 i dont think
i would have ever found these moves,just a great example of an imaginative attack.
|May-05-11|| ||Penguincw: Someone really has to nominate this for Game of the Day.|
|May-09-11|| ||qqdos: <An Englishman> - well-found! Why when you search "find similar games" doesn't this Schmidt vs Hartl game come up at once? Perhaps you should cross-reference from that draw to this brilliant win, admittedly abetted by Deshun who left his King woefully denuded.|
|May-09-11|| ||lentil: I think I would have allowed the mate|
|Jul-13-11|| ||Eduardo Bermudez: I enjoy it more and more !!|
|Jul-16-11|| ||Funicular: GM Pablo Ricardi of Argentina commented on today's La Nacion journal chess column (english translation by me :P)|
Most of brilliant and spectacular chess games are not always work of great players. Every now and then we come across a "masterpiece" [*in english] whose creator is a real John Doe. A stroke of brilliance and inspiration for everybody else. This year, the most exciting game so far was played recently on the Chinese Championship 2011. White's combination is actually one of the most original ideas to be found in the last few years. Anyway, the chinese are coming forward really strong. There are more and more chinese players as time goes by, and they are getting better and better by the hour. What about we? [*Argentinian chess players] Well, patience and shuffling [*colloquial term meaning literally, "shuffling" (a deck of cards), as if hoping fate will deal a better hand next time].
Next ill copy the game annotations in case you're interested:
4.a3 [the always-tricky samisch variation]
11.... g5 [the very beginning of all black's difficulties in the game. It also looks better for white after 11... d6 12.f4]
15... Nh5 [Now it's the time for a sacrifice which is as hidden as it's creative]
16. Bxd6 [!]
19. Rf6 [(!) The key! After this move black's pieces are left without any chance of helping their own king because of the f-pawn blockade. Qg4 looks quite strong and menacing now.
25. Qg6+ [(!) for an amateur this might seem quite dazzling as a finishing blow, but for any GM-level player is quite easy to conceive and calculate the variations on such a winning position.
That's pretty much it
|Aug-15-11|| ||Resool Uut: 15 ...Bc4
16. Rf6 wins
|Sep-11-11|| ||Eduardo Bermudez: I enjoy it again !!!|
|Nov-02-11|| ||Eduardo Bermudez: Game of de year !!!|
|Jan-03-12|| ||Penguincw: Really creative stuff.
< Eduardo Bermudez: Game of de year !!! >
You know you can vote for the best games at tpstar chessforum.
|Jan-16-12|| ||xthred: Would 19...Nf5 have given black a chance?|
|Jan-16-12|| ||Shams: <xthred> Nope-- 20.Qh5 would instantly settle.|
|Jan-16-12|| ||LoveThatJoker: Great tactics in this game by White.
|Jan-16-12|| ||FSR: An amazing game <and> an early candidate for Worst Pun.|
|Jan-16-12|| ||Penguincw: It's about time this game received a pun.|
|Jan-16-12|| ||Eduardo Bermudez: I enjoy this chessgame every time that I can see it !!|
|Jan-16-12|| ||ferri1234: what happens if 25 ....Kf8??|
|Jan-16-12|| ||Phony Benoni: <ferri1234> After <25...Kf8>:|
click for larger view
My guess would be 26.dxe6, when Black can hardly expect to survive the pressure on f7.
|Jan-16-12|| ||cydmd: <ferri1234>, White simply puts more pressure with|
And there's no defense against 27.Rxf7+.
If 26... Rg8 then 27.Rxf7+ Nxf7 28.Rxf7+ Ke8 (28... Qxf7 29.Qxf7#) 29.Qxg8#
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