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Daniel Stellwagen vs Giovanni Vescovi
Corus Group B (2006), Wijk aan Zee NED, rd 2, Jan-15
Spanish Game: Marshall Attack. General (C89)  ·  0-1

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Daniel Stellwagen vs Giovanni Vescovi (2006)
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Jan-15-06  gmgomes: The critical moment here was move 41. Both players were at severe time trouble when they "saved" move 40; then after 10 mins. white played Rd4, thinking that black would not trade rooks, because he would promote first - black took 10 mins. to exchange and show this final nice sequence.
Jan-15-06  morpstau: A nicely played overall game in which both were in time trouble. The critical moment here was move 41. Both players were at severe time trouble when they "saved" move 40; then after 10 mins. white played Rd4, thinking that black would not trade rooks, because he would promote first - black took 10 mins. to exchange and show this final nice sequence.

Jan-16-06  Caissanist: I always thought that the reason for maintaining separate identities was to keep everybody from knowing that everything came from the same person. Posting the same message under different IDs seems to kind of, uh, defeat the whole purpose.

Btw - dude, don't you ever sleep??

Jan-16-06  JBF: Opening explorer gives 12.Bd2 as a novelty. I think the positional threat on d3 and the tempi black gains to release the c pawn gives them an edge. Even they saying that was under time pressure, Giovanni played the ending very confidently.
Jan-17-06  EmperorAtahualpa: Nice picture, don't you think guys?
Jan-17-06  hintza: Yes! Some of them are great. I love the Morozevich ones from San Luis for some reason.
Jan-17-06  EmperorAtahualpa: <hintza> check the copyright notice. :)
Jan-17-06  hintza: Not sure how I failed to notice! Nice work <EmperorAtahualpa> :)
Jan-18-06  gmgomes: <Caissanist: I always thought that the reason for maintaining separate identities was to keep everybody from knowing that everything came from the same person. Posting the same message under different IDs seems to kind of, uh, defeat the whole purpose> I did not understand your comment - I do not know who is morpstau and why he copied part of my comments.
Jan-18-06  dakgootje: Did you that that is one of the best pics ive ever seen? =)
Jan-18-06  dakgootje: post scriptum: picture taken after 28. ♖d1?
Jan-19-06  Caissanist: <gmgomes> My apologies. Morpstau has been posting slightly different versions of the same comment on a number of pages here, I thought this was another instance of him doing that.
Jan-30-06
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  Mateo: <gmgomes> I see 3 blunders from the Black Side in the Rook + Knight ending.

1) 30. Nd4? loses a pawn.

2) 40. Kd3? loses another pawn.

3) 41. Rd4? Loses without no doubt the game. He should have kept Rooks.

Jan-30-06  gmgomes: <Mateo: I see 3 blunders from the Black Side in the Rook + Knight ending.> I had the same impression; I thought white could have holded it, if rooks were kept. In a first view 41. Rd4? looks OK, but it leaves to non stopable pawn promotion for black.. Thanks.

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