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|Jan-26-06|| ||dakgootje: *Applauds for both* for white because he played black just off the board and for black because hes the first one in ages ive seen to allow a mate, HATE it when there is like a forced mate in 2 and he one who is about to lose resigns...|
|Jan-26-06|| ||PaulLovric: thanks for this aussie game <chessgames.com> on australia day|
|Jan-26-06|| ||cavaleiro: <PaulLovric> That's because Valenti is tough!!!|
Lot's of blunders, but 39...hxg4 was crucial.
(valente/valiente means tough in portuguese/spanish)
|Jan-26-06|| ||PaulLovric: <cavaleiro> huh? i do not understand you mate. ru brazilian?|
|Jan-26-06|| ||EmperorAtahualpa: Very funny pun for today's GOTD. :) I guess it is referring to 39...hxg4??|
By the way, what is Australia Day? (hey, that rhymed) :)
|Jan-26-06|| ||dakgootje: <EmperorAtahualpa>If its not true what follows then no offence meant, but i thought it was something like a day for the aussies to be happy to be aussie etcetera. I saw tennis on television today, Australian Open, i think the quarterfinales or something and one of the players was pretty distracted by the fireworks lol|
|Jan-26-06|| ||Jack Kerouac: I love Australian Day.A toast to the Aussies all day long!
Neal agrees with me.|
|Jan-26-06|| ||kevin86: Happy Australia Day,mate(s)! Is it no accident that the game ends in a mate? lol.|
|Jan-26-06|| ||PaulLovric: <kevin86>lol thanks mate
<Jack Kerouac> a toast to you too pull up a banana loung and have a beer and some lamb from the barbie.
<EmperorAtahualpa> australia day is thw 26 0f jan.|
|Jan-26-06|| ||apawnandafool: <dakgootje: HATE it when there is like a forced mate in 2 and he one who is about to lose resigns...> I HATE THIS TOO!!!!|
|Jan-26-06|| ||twinlark: <EmperorAtahualpa> It may refer to .39..hxg4, but Black is thoroughly stuffed and mounted by this time anyway. White is threatening 40.gxf7 and gxh5.|
|Jan-26-06|| ||jefipius: <cavaleiro:
Lot's of blunders, but 39...hxg4 was crucial.>
I'm not sure that in such a position I'd call it a blunder. Isn't black hosed no matter what he does? He's looking at 40. gxh which opens up the king side and spells doom - albeit a slightly slower one. At least 39...hxg4 required a nice piece sacrifice by white.
|Jan-26-06|| ||twinlark: <EmperorAtahualpa>
Australia Day celebrates the arrival of the First Fleet at Sydney Cove with its boat load of convicts, soldiers, ships crews and officers. There may have even been a handful of free settlers. It marks the beginning of British settlement and what was to become New South Wales and eventually Australia.|
|Jan-26-06|| ||jackmandoo: Very interesting position after 42.Qxg7, The king cannot capture the queen and it has no square to go to escape the check.|
|Jan-26-06|| ||MoonlitKnight: It's not as much a blunder as chessgames.com needing an excuse to use this fantastic pun!|
|Jan-26-06|| ||Kola: Total domination. Nice!|
|Feb-10-06|| ||MorphyMatt: 39... hxg4?????? it just makes no sense, opening up the h-file for white|
|Feb-10-06|| ||devilwolfdog: I agree with jackmandoo...after 42 Qxg7, black's position is almost hopeless|
|Feb-15-06|| ||MorphyMatt: <devilwolfdog> I beg to differ. After 42. Qxg7, black's position is mated.|
|Mar-01-06|| ||Averageguy: I believe that 40.Qh6 also forces mate.|
|Dec-06-07|| ||aazqua: Oh snap. Watch Daryl Johnson pound this clown into submission just like when he was lead blocking for the cowboys. Who says football players are all meatheads?|
|Aug-11-09|| ||RVALENTI: Just subscribing today to this site and surprised to see this game played 8 years ago.
Im just an amateur playing and losing against a grandmaster 400 fide points higher.
Why someone called me a clown is just beyond my imagination.|
|Nov-09-17|| ||piltdown man: Who's Daryl Johnson?|
|May-15-18|| ||fredthebear: Darryl Keith Johansen is Australia's 2nd Grandmaster after Ian Rogers.|
|Jan-04-19|| ||Jonathan Sarfati: Why make derogatory comments about Monsieur Valenti who was a guest in Australia at the time, and playing a GM with plenty of good scalps.|
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