Originally posted by Ajuin40. ... Bd8 can't have been the last official move
Today I got to game 5,Bisguier-Ivkov,Bled (14) 1961.
This game ends with an unclear position,included below,when Bisguier wins on time.
It's the first time I encounter this in a games collection.I don't even think the game is a particular good effort by Bisguier.
Anyway,it left me with a strange feeling.
Am I right to find this odd or am I missing th ...[text shortened]... nt?
last move was 40.... Bd8
[fen]2Qb4/4Npk1/3pn2p/4p1p1/1q2P3/4BPPK/7P/8 w - - 0 41[/fen]
Originally posted by greenpawn34The game ended,the writing continued Ok ok,I gave the wrong impression.Sorry
You said the game just ended.
I saw the White threats but nothing conclusive.
I skipped through it on some site after googling Bled 1961.
Saw nothing juicy in it all, but perhaps it's one of these where the
real fun takes place in the notes.
You have to dig into these games to find the tricks, they don't leap out at you. ...[text shortened]... s GM title or qualify or something like that.
Does he say anything in the intro to the game?
Originally posted by greenpawn34Yes,that's the game I'm talking about.Here's the intro:
A Brilliancy Prize! Maybe best game of the round.
All the games get listed at the bottom - look for round 14.
You cannot lift it and paste here in here as a PGN (well I can't).
Just played it over again. Nothing. It's a game of chess.
Bisguier avoids an Ivkov trap.
(maybe I have spent too long on RHP looking at these games and I've
forgotten what a proper game of chess looks like)
Originally posted by greenpawn34I'll just leave it in and move on to game 6 if you don't mind
"...it takes excellent play by the loser to produce a truely brilliant game."
Agree with that.
"The fact is Borislav found a good answer to everything I threw at him."
He did not throw anything at him.
He was better and had shots when the flag fell.
Tear it out of the book and move onto game No.6.