|Jul-29-04|| ||azaris: This has to be one of the most ridiculous endings I've seen for a while. And Hansen is a GM!|
[Event "Politiken Cup 2004"]
[White "Hansen, Sune Berg"]
[Black "Schlecht, Daniel"]
1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3. Nd2 Be7 4. Ngf3 Nf6 5. e5 Nfd7 6. c3 c5 7. Bd3 Nc6 8.
O-O a5 9. Re1 cxd4 10. cxd4 Qb6 11. Nb1 Nxd4 12. Nxd4 Qxd4 13. Nc3 Bc5 14.
Be3 Qh4 15. g3 Qe7 16. Nb5 O-O 17. Qh5 g6 18. Qh6 Nxe5 19. Bxc5 Nf3+ 20.
Kh1 Qxc5 21. Re3 Bd7 22. Rxf3 Bxb5 23. Rc1 Qb6 24. g4 Bxd3 25. Rh3 g5 26.
Rxd3 f6 27. Rf3 Qxb2 28. Re1 Rae8 29. h4 gxh4 30. g5 fxg5 31. Qxg5+ Qg7 32.
Qh5 Rxf3 33. Rg1 Rh3# 0-1
|Jul-29-04|| ||acirce: LOL. Tomorrow Magnus Carlsen plays this Schlecht. He has collected his points so far only by beating people much lower rated - and by this. Magnus should be able to win again. |
|Mar-13-06|| ||BIDMONFA: Sune Berg Hansen|
HANSEN, Sune Berg
|Mar-13-06|| ||priluki: Here's a picture without copyright: http://www.limhamnssk.m.se/elit/200... Dear Chessgames.com, please paste it there.|
|Mar-13-06|| ||chessgames.com: We have no way to contact the owner of that photo but we can use the one above. We also started a very thin biography; if one of our volunteer editors is up to the job it could use some revision.|
|Apr-23-06|| ||dakgootje: <And Hansen is a GM!> Well you cant see that if you look at the game you posted, thats just a horrible blunder...|
Ow and in his bio is at the moment of writing not yet that he won this years (2006) Danish Championship also
|Apr-23-06|| ||Surrealist: <a noted poker player>... Any relation to the legendary Gus Hansen?|
|Jul-22-09|| ||Troller: Hansen also won the Danish Championship 2009 with 8/9. He has not yet found his form in the current Politiken Cup (2009), however.|
No relation til Gus Hansen that I know of, by the way. Hansen is a very common name i Denmark (of 9 Danish GMs, 3 are called Hansen). But he is mainly making his living by playing poker.
|Nov-01-09|| ||Peligroso Patzer: <dakgootje: <And Hansen is a GM!> Well you can't see that if you look at the game you <[azaris]> posted, that's just a horrible blunder...|
In the game in question against Schlecht (not in the CG database, but the moves are given in <azaris>'s post), I presume you are referring to 33. Rg1? (allowing mate-on-the-move). This blunder was probably due to time pressure, as well as psychological fatigue resulting from having had a terrible position for the past dozen moves or more.
Really more surprising was Hansen's blunder with 18. Qh6? (dropping the e-pawn). Perhaps he overlooked 19. ... Nf3+, and the technical point that if 20. Kg2 (attacking the Knight whilst the Black Queen remains under attack), then 20. ... Nxe1+ comes <with check>. Whatever the explanation, a GM should have seen that 18. Qe2 was the right move, not 18. Qh6? playing for a cheap "attack".
|Nov-03-09|| ||dakgootje: <Peligroso Patzer> I have to admit that after 3.5 years I don't know anymore what I was referring to either :) Lost in the mists of time...|
|Apr-20-10|| ||Troller: Congrats on convincing victory in Bangkok Open. 8/9 and a 2739 TPR is a really great result! Til lykke!|
|Apr-20-10|| ||Tabanus: Thailand Open (Bangkok Open) 14-20 April 2010, final ranking crosstable:|
|Apr-09-12|| ||Tabanus: Congrats to Sune for winning his 6th Danish Championship!|