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« Odgovor #15 na: 12-12-2016, 23:09:41 »
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Georg Koltanowsky ( 1903 - 2000 )

Jedna lijepa partija Koltanovskog sa simultanke naslijepo, Antwerpen 1929.
Igrao je na 10 ploča.

i nesvakidašnji progon Dame topom,  koji počinje u 25. potezu.
Dama mora čuvati Skakača na e7 zbog prijetnje matom !


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[Event "Simultanka na slijepo"]
[Site "Antwerpen"]
[Date "1929"]
[White "Koltanowsky"]
[Black "Dunkelblum"]
[Result "1:0"]
[FEN "5k1r/ppp1n1pp/8/b5q1/2p5/B1P5/P4P1P/3RQK2 w - - 0 25"]
25. Rd5 Qh4 26. Rh5 Qf6 27. Rf5
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« Odgovor #16 na: 15-12-2016, 22:33:20 »
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  Cool  Paul Morphy vs Henri Baucher   playboy
"Paul Maul"  blindfold simul (1858)  · 
Philidor Defense: Exchange Variation (C41)  ·  1-0

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 ed4 4. Qd4 Nc6 5. Bb5 Bd7 6. Bc6 Bc6 7. Bg5 f6 8. Bh4 Nh6  9. Nc3 Be7 10. O-O O-O 11. Qc4 Kh8 12. Nd4 Qd7 13. Rad1 Rf7  14. f4 a5 15. f5 Rff8 16. Ne6 Rg8 17. a4 Ng4 18. Qe2 Ne5 19. Bg3 Qc8  20. Be5 de5 21. Rf3  Bd7 22. Rh3 h6 23. Qd2  Kh7  24. Qd7 Bd6 25. Rh6 25... Kh6 26. Rd3 Kh5 27. Qf7 Kh4 28. Rh3 Kg4 29. Qh5#
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« Odgovor #17 na: 17-12-2016, 13:17:21 »
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 Paul Morphy vs Henri Baucher

Za one kojima je zanimljiv povijesni kontekst šahovskih partija i njihovih protagonista, znamenitih ličnosti iz šahovske povijesti, donosim jedan prilog.

Partija je igrana 27. rujna 1858. u Parizu u vrijeme Morphyjeva boravka u Francuskoj (zbog matcha Morphy - Harrwitz) u slavnom Café de la Régence. Morphy je igrao naslijepo na osam ploča, dobio je šest partija a dvije remizirao.

Pariški dopisnik New York Timesa, Dr. Johnston, šalje redakciji izvještaj koji opisuje tijek i atmosferu za vrijeme i nakon završetka ove Morphyjeve produkcije. Članak je objavljen u NYT-u 19. listopada 1858.

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"The astounding performances of young Paul Morphy have brought the excitement in the chess-playing world of this city up to white heat. On Monday last he played against, and beat, blindfolded, eight of the best players of Paris at one time! The Café de la Régence, at which this extraordinary feat occurred, has two large rooms on the ground floor. In the first room, which is full of marble tables, were seated the eight adversaries of Mr. Morphy. In the second room, in which are two billiard tables, was seated the single player. A large portion of this room, including the billiard tables, was shut off from the crowd by a cord, and behind the tables, in a large arm-chair, sat Mr. Morphy, with his back nearly directly to the crowd.

Two gentlemen, reporting for the press, kept the games, and two other gentlemen, Messrs. Journoud and Arnous de Riviere, cried out the moves, or rather carried them from one room to the other. The adversaries of Mr. Morphy were Messrs. Baucher, Bierwith, Borneman, Guibert, Lequesne, (the distinguished sculptor), Potier, Preti and Seguin.

They were all both old or middle-aged men, and superior players, while Mr. Morphy is but twenty-one years of age. The boards of the eight players were numbered 1, 2, 3, etc., in the order in which I have given the names of the gentlemen. At 12 ½ o’clock the games commenced, Mr. Morphy playing the first and calling out the same move for all the eight boards, K.P.2 [1. e4 u algebarskoj notaciji, op. vsadek].

The games were conducted in French, Mr. Morphy speaking French perfectly. At 7 o’clock No. 7 was beaten with an unlooked-for check-mate. Soon after 8 o’clock, No. 6 abandoned the game as hopeless, and half an hour later, Mr. Lequesne, No. 5 played for and gained a draw game. Nos. 1, 2, and 3 were soon after beaten. At 10 o’clock, No. 4 made the blind player accept a draw game, but it was 10 ½ o’clock before Mr. Seguin, No. 8, a very old gentleman, who contended with great desperation, was beaten. Thus he beat six, while two, who acted on the defensive and only sought a drawn game, effected their purpose, but a drawn game, under such circumstances, ought to be considered equivalent to a beat.

During the entire game, which lasted just ten hours, Mr. Morphy sat with his knees and eyes against the bare wall, never once rising or looking toward the audience, nor even taking a particle of drink or other refreshment. His only movements were those of crossing his legs from side to side, and, occasionally, thumping a tune with his fingers on the arms of the fauteuil. He cried out his moves without turning his head. Against 1, 2, 3, and 6 and 7, who were not up to the standard of the other three players, he frequently made his moves simultaneously after receiving theirs. He was calm throughout, and never made a mistake, nor did he call a move twice.

It must be recollected, moreover, that Mr. Morphy played "against the field" – in other words, that around each of the eight boards there was a large collection of excellent chess players, who gave their advice freely, and who had eight times longer to study their play in than the single player. He played certainly against fifty men, and they never ceased for a moment making supposed moves and studying their game most thoroughly during the long intervals that necessarily fell to each board. And yet Morphy, who was out of sight of these eight boards, saw the game plainer on each than those who surrounded them!

I could scarcely have thought the thing possible if I had not seen it. At the end of the games there was a shout from the three hundred throats present, which made one believe he was back again in old Tammany Hall! The fact is there were a considerable number of Englishmen and Americans present (among the latter was Prof. Morse, who took a deep interest in these extraordinary games), but much the larger number were French. Morphy did not seem at all fatigued, and appeared so modest that the frenzy and admiration of the French knew no bounds.

He was shaken by the hand and complimented till he hung down his head in confusion. One grey-haired old man, an octogenarian chess-player, stroked his hair with his hands, as he would a child of his own, and showered him with terms of endearment. Morphy has no beard yet, and looks more like a schoolboy than a world’s champion.

He escaped from the excited crowd as soon as possible, and left with some friends, to get something to eat. It is not necessary to point out to chess-players the immensity of the intellectual feat; everyone will admit that it borders upon the miraculous, and, as was remarked by one of his antagonists, Mr. Lequesne, such a mind never did exist, and, perhaps, never will again."
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Izvor:
David Lawson; Paul Morphy: The Pride and Sorrow of Chess, Lafayette Press, University of Louisiana, Lafayette 2010.

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« Odgovor #18 na: 17-12-2016, 13:48:29 »
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 Paul Morphy u Parizu 1958.


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« Odgovor #19 na: 15-01-2017, 11:55:29 »
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kako je ovo sve zanimljivo.
Pero, svaka čast, slika je prekrasna, odiše strahopoštovanjem.
mda, nekad je mozak bio na cijeni  Sad
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« Odgovor #20 na: 22-03-2017, 15:03:35 »
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neki dan na ovo naišao pa pošto vidim da ima tema stavit cu video..
 partija na 30sec Cool

www.youtube.com/watch?v=jcqlJ40MKWs

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