|Jun-23-12|| ||notyetagm: Game Collection: KNIGHT FORKS! KNIGHT FORKS! KNIGHT FORKS! KNIGHT|
|Jun-25-12|| ||iking: 21. Ne6! what a fearless Knight|
|Jun-25-12|| ||notyetagm: notyetagm: <galdur: Brutal.
Lintchevski, Daniil - Mokshanov, Alexey
65th ch-RUS HL Tyumen RUS (7), 2012.06.23
1.d4 d5 2.c4 c6 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.e3 e6 5.Nf3 Nbd7 6.Bd3 dxc4 7.Bxc4 b5 8.Bd3 Bb7 9.O-O a6 10.e4 c5 11.d5 c4 12.Bc2 Qc7 13.dxe6 fxe6 14.Ng5 Nc5 15.Be3 Rd8 16.Qf3 e5 17.Rad1 Rxd1 18.Rxd1 Qc6 19.Nd5 Bc8 20.Qg3 Ncd7 21.Ne6 g6 22.Nxf6+ Nxf6 23.Nxf8 Rxf8 24.Qxe5+ Kf7 25.Rd6 1-0>
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|Jun-25-12|| ||notyetagm: Game Collection: KNIGHT FORKS (DD,DDD)! KNIGHT FORKS (DD,DDD)!|
|Jun-26-12|| ||sevenseaman: What a classy game have <CG> unearthed. How I'd love to emulate <Lintchevski>!|
|Jun-26-12|| ||Willace88: Interesting that Lintchevski didn't cash in with 17. Bxc5 Bxc5 18. Ne6 forking Queen and Rook. He foresaw that the threat of the knight coming in to e6 was strong without the fork, and took time to build on his lead in development with 17. Rd1 instead. Good strategic thinking.|
|Jun-26-12|| ||LoveThatJoker: GG
|Jun-26-12|| ||miseiler: Why not 17. Bxc5 Qxc5 18. Ne6|
|Jun-26-12|| ||Shams: <miseiler> Your question was answered immediately before you asked it. =)|
|Jun-26-12|| ||Ratt Boy: Seems to me that 24…e6 is much better than …f7. Lines like 25.b8, f7 26.d6, e7 27.g5, g7 leave White up a and a good position, but I don't see an immediate resignation.|
|Jun-26-12|| ||NewLine: Well black sure gets what he deserves for ignoring fundamentals like developing his king's bishop and castling. What was he thinking?...|
|Jun-26-12|| ||The Big Lebowski: Great attacking game with tactical precision by Lintchevski!!|
|Jun-26-12|| ||sorokahdeen: @Ratt Boy
I think that one possible answer to 24...Qe6 would be 25. Qc7 when the threat of immediate mate causes a problem or two.
Whatever move is used to block the mate has to guard the bishop while the position offers a number of follow-on attacking themes. like Bc5, e5, Bg5 or Bh6 and Rd6...
One more definite possibility is 24...Qe6 25. Qc7 Bd7 26. Rd6 Qf7. 27 Bd4 and the position looks like black is only waiting for the axe to fall... or ...26. Rd6 Qg4. 27 f3 Qh5. 28. Bd4 and again white is slightly better. :-)
Unless I've missed something, after 25. Qc7, it looks like white has all the ideas in the position *and* all the fun.
|Jun-26-12|| ||shakman: Found another game A Istratescu vs J Gustafsson, 2008 with deviation on move 15 Bd6|
|Jun-26-12|| ||kevin86: White gives up both knights so the queen and rook can rush in to win.|
|Jun-26-12|| ||andyatchess: I think Mokshanov should have castled earlier if possible|