Originally posted by TuranthorThese guys are in a different league to me but, that said, I can't see a forced win for black so surely white wins this unless black has a perpetual (which I also cannot see).
I try and watch the top players play one another, even if I am lost much of the time. I had been watching this game Game 2472562 for the past couple months or so and I came on today to see that it ended in a Timeout
Obviously Akizy already "won" but I was rather curious to see how it was going to turn out. I am curious to hear what some highly ...[text shortened]... the game?
I would be eager to hear any commentary on the game anyone has to offer as well.
Originally posted by Dragon FireI disagree. White has slightly better position but black has counter play due to their active pieces. At least I dont see any forcing line which could prove advantage of white.
These guys are in a different league to me but, that said, I can't see a forced win for black so surely white wins this unless black has a perpetual (which I also cannot see).
Put it on Fritz (if you want) which will find any forcing lines?
Originally posted by ShinidokiGame which shows what can happen with player who underrates R+B against Queen.
When I look at that position, I dont think black is completly lost.
R+N for a queen isn't too bad, and also that B pawn looks like it has potentcial.
Originally posted by Jusuhnah, i give black advantage here...
Well I see no way white could lose from there, unless he blunders of course.
Originally posted by Ason Pigg2wtf?
from the opening, seadevil played very good king's gambit and have a better position, however it turns out in the end awizky is winning of 2 reasons:
Originally posted by KorchSo easy to convey the incorrect impressions if you respond too quickly (isn't it).
Well - from your text I understood that you evaluate that position as winning for white.
Originally posted by Korch
Well... theoretically its can be draw, but black will need to play carefully for not to lose.