Andrew Johnson (el 07/09/14 a las 6:08 pm)
Hey, at 18:05 - isn't Nf5 a faster win than what fischer played? Correct me
if I'm wrong.
(... exf5 , Bxd5 wins)
(... gxf5 , gxf5, exf5, Bxf5)
Alex Golembeski (el 22/06/14 a las 10:09 pm)
Why didn't Fischer bring his Bishop to g5 and pin black's knight to his
Carlos Parra Hernandez (el 09/09/14 a las 8:10 am)
Jason Bailey, if Qg7 then Bobby can take con h7 with the bishop with check.
After only the black que en can take the bishop and finally the Bobby tales
con e6 with the queen and with check again and taking after the knight con
c8 with two pawns more and better position because the black king is worst
than the white king. There is no problemas with check con b1 because the
knight con g3 is protecting f1and e4 squares.
babyballa29 (el 17/10/14 a las 12:04 am)
At 15:32, why wouldn't black play f6? What am I missing?
Fernand Pors (el 28/09/14 a las 11:34 pm)
I the explanation at 6:31 :)
Michael Lee (el 09/07/14 a las 10:06 am)
Thanks for the vid. I did learn something--keep it basic but stay
Nick Karz (el 20/09/14 a las 9:30 am)
I don't understand at 19:55 if the black queen blocks on g7 fischer could
just take it with his queen because the Knights backing him. Why did kevin
say that as a possibility
Faza961 (el 02/09/14 a las 10:06 am)
why is it that panno resigned given fischer was close to the checkmate? I
understand if there's a runaway pawn that can't be stopped and a
resignation would save a long sequence of moves, but resigning like this
just seems to take out the whole point of the game..
Jason Bailey (el 18/08/14 a las 11:13 am)
Panno could've saved the game at 18:55 with Queen to G7- no matter what
Bobby does he either loses more pieces or captures Panno's Queen with his,
then Panno's King recaptures, the bishop of Bobby is forced back, and that
saves the game.
Ashwin Kusuma (el 06/07/14 a las 8:24 pm)
thanks a lot kevin :)