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Roman Dzindzichashvili vs Boris Rytov
"Tax Rytov" (game of the day May-04-2005)
13th Soviet Team-ch qual group 3 (1975), Riga LAT, rd 5, Jul-??
Zukertort Opening: Queen Pawn Defense (A06)  ·  0-1

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May-04-05  tacite: Why 41.Qd6 and not f6?
May-04-05  crafty: 41. f6 ♖f7 42. ♔e3 ♖xf6 43. ♕h5 ♖e6+ 44. ♔d3 ♖e5   (eval -3.90; depth 13 ply; 250M nodes)
May-04-05
Premium Chessgames Member
  Benzol: Gin 'n' Tonic with a Tax Write-Off.
Very Good if your in business.
May-04-05  Ezzy: What an amazing game!! White must of thought he had an easy win after 23..Qxe6, but amazingly in a complex position black had some extremely active play for his pieces. Here is an example of a couple of a couple of nice lines for black! 33.Qe3. After 33 Kf1 whites seemingly big advantage in material is an illusion. [33.Kf1 Nd4 34.a5 Be2+ 35.Kg2 <There is a big shock after (35.Kg1 Rxe1+ 36.Kg2 Bf1+ 37.Kg1 Bh3 mate)> 35...Bf3+ 36.Kh3 h5 37.Qc4+ Kh7 and black draws. Amazing!!
May-04-05  Saph: must of = must have
May-04-05  ughaibu: Thanks Saph, I must admit to feeling I'm a coprolite whenever I write "must've".
May-04-05  backyard pawn: How would Black avoid being checked in perpetuity? His Bishop, while ready to deliver mate, is hanging, isn't it?
May-04-05  Mate Hunter: Why didn't white play 36.Qh5 instead of 36.f4?

36.Qh5...

a) 36...Bf3, then black can't play Nf3
b) 36...Nf3 37.Qf5+ and Black can't stop White's Queen to check and it'll be draw

May-04-05  Shams: <mate hunter> f4 clears f2 for the king to defend the bishop. 36.Qh5? Bc4+ 37.Kg2 Rxe1 38.h3 Bf1+ 39.Kh2 Nf3+ and mate next move.
May-04-05
Premium Chessgames Member
  kevin86: This pun should receive a penalty for being late-tax day was April 15th. lol.

Dzindzichashvili!! 16 letters? Has anyone seen a longer name?

May-04-05  Larsker: To understand the puns one has to say to oneself: "How would an American promounce this name?". The pronunciation for Russians, continentals and most of the people in this world of the name "Rytov" is no way near "Write-off". But then, America is an island.
May-04-05  soberknight: <kevin86> Alexander C Konstantinopolsky (17 letters)
May-04-05  trumbull0042: I had forgotten how much more educated the rest of the world was compared with Americans, knowing how to pronounce "Rytov" properly and all.
May-04-05  Shams: <Larsker> yes, I'm sure not just continentals and Russians but also Zulus, Japanese, and Eskimos would naturally pronounce this person's name correctly. Perhaps even the British would nail it. Only dumb Americans would butcher it. Well, English is the most heterogeneous of all tongues and the USA remains the most heterogeneous of all nations, so...oh, never mind. we're all just buffoons.
May-04-05  NotoriousCPD: You guys need to stop sipping the haterade.
May-04-05
Premium Chessgames Member
  WannaBe: Perhaps <Larsker> would enlighten us on how to say Rytov correctly? Or anybody. Instead of just saying "Write-off" is not correct. Or did I miss a post?
May-04-05  Larsker: ri'toff. The stress on 'toff. [ri] with a rolled [r] like in Riviera. So I got the pun "Tax ri'toff".

Let's have some puns that only Europeans can understand. Some that require knowledge of German or French. And then - towards the end of the week - some in Lithuanian and Polish :-)

May-04-05  Jack Kerouac: rytov is right-on performa non-gratis.
May-04-05  allanon880: Tax writoff. Very good pun. Excellent game.
May-04-05
Premium Chessgames Member
  al wazir: 52. Qf6+ Kd5 (52...Kc5? 53. Qc3+) 54. Qf7+ Kd4 (54...Kc5 55. Qe7+ Kd4 56. Qb4+) 55. Qf4! Kd3 56. Qc7 (better than Qf7, threatening Qb3+ or Qa2+ to prevent the black king from hiding on d1, which fails because of 56...Kb3). Roman should have kept playing.

May-04-05  n30: you'd probably say "Rütowv" in German. Don't think that helps anybody though ;o)~
May-05-05
Premium Chessgames Member
  Sneaky: <ri'toff. The stress on 'toff.> Oh I see, kind of like "write off."
May-05-05
Premium Chessgames Member
  keypusher: <sneaky> LOL. Maybe <Larsker> needs to work on his English a little.
May-05-05  Saph: <ughaibu> hehe. Don't worry, I'm young and I use "must've". Thanks for the new word... I'll remember the prefix "copro-"
Jan-18-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  perfidious: <Saph: must of = must have>

How unsophisticated are we barbarians here in the States--except that poster is very definitely from Over There.

Oh, <ughhaibu>, we know you are just that....

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