|Jan-18-15|| ||FairyPromotion: Weine Kleine Nachtmusik|
|Jan-18-15|| ||Doniez: Last move is check mate, then the correct notation is 34.Ng6#|
|Jan-18-15|| ||Mating Net: 22.Qd3! is a slick intermezzo.|
|Jan-19-15|| ||Doniez: Interestingly both current leaders of the Challengers finished with checkmate.|
|Jan-24-15|| ||Whitehat1963: Black's in steep D. Klein after 32. Qc5+.|
|Jul-18-15|| ||al wazir: If 32...Ne7, then 33. Ng6+ Kf7 34. Nxe7 Qh7 (34...Qf8 35. Qh5+ g6 36. Qxg6#; 34...Qh8 35. Qd5+ Kf8 36. Ng6#) 35. Qxc7.|
31...Re8 is the move that did black in.
|Jul-18-15|| ||Eusebius: Black should have gone for a draw instead of stealing by 26...Ba2|
|Jul-18-15|| ||lost in space: yups, 26...Bxa2 was the mistake|
|Jul-18-15|| ||paulfont: Please allow JAVA use in Chess Games.' If there is something I need to do to use it, please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org. |
|Jul-18-15|| ||Penguincw: I'm kinda surprised this is not the only game in the <tournament> where Wei Yi checkmated his opponent.|
Wei Yi vs A Haast, 2015
|Jul-18-15|| ||Abdel Irada: I think Black began to go astray with 6. ...a6. This threatens nothing and accomplishes nothing useful. Better would be to start active play against White's kingside with 6. ...Bg4.|
In fact, I believe it is White who has played anti-thematically with 4. o-o followed by 6. d3, reaching a position in which it is generally considered premature to have castled.
|Jul-18-15|| ||kevin86: A bit of a surprize checkmate!|
|Jul-18-15|| ||Travis Bickle: This game almost transposes into a Ruy Lopez...|
|Jul-18-15|| ||john barleycorn: Yup, <Travis> my impression, too.|
|Jul-18-15|| ||Willber G: <paulfont: Please allow JAVA use in Chess Games.' If there is something I need to do to use it, please email me>|
Not a good idea to put your email address on a public forum.
|Jul-18-15|| ||Honza Cervenka: <Eusebius: Black should have gone for a draw instead of stealing by 26...Ba2>|
Hmmm, how can he do it? White is Pawn up in better position. For example, 26...h5 27.f4 Qxf4 (27...Qh6 28.Qxh6 gxh6 29.Nxh5 is quite hopeless) 28.Qh8+ Bg8 29.Nf5 Rd7 30.Re8+! with mate.
Btw, instead of 24.Rde1 white could have played 24.h4! Qxh4 (24...Qg4 25.Bf5 leads to the same line) 25.Bg6 Bg8 26.Qh8 Re7 (26...Rxe3 27.Nf5 ) 27.Rxf3 Qg5 28.Bh7 Kf7 29.Ne4 Qg4 30.Nxf6! gxf6 31.Qxf6+ Ke8 32.Bg6+ Kd8 33.d5 Ne5 34.Qf8+ Kd7 35.Bf5+
|Jul-19-15|| ||Moszkowski012273: Even 23.Rxf3... wins quite easily.|
|Jul-26-15|| ||Pirandus: Weine Kleine.... :DDD|
|Sep-09-17|| ||Dave12: Beautiful name for a chess game.
My all time pick is <Don't Trust Ne1> from A Giri vs Aronian, 2012