5/5/2012 - Kapanadze-Zaralev 1977 (names and colors reversed)

• 20 months ago · Quote · #41

Nice one...

• 20 months ago · Quote · #42
Ellipsoid_9 wrote:

Dint understand this one .Can anyone explain

My understanding:

1.Rxb8 Rxb8

2.Bf4 Rf8 ( 2...exf4 3.Qf6+ Kg8 4.Qg7# )

3.Qe7 Rg8

4.Bxe5+ dxe5

5.Qxe5+ Rg7

6.Qxg7#

• 20 months ago · Quote · #43
Ellipsoid_9 wrote:

Dint understand this one .Can anyone explain

• 20 months ago · Quote · #44

Lovely puzzle!

2.Bf4 gave me run for my money, but I've managed.

• 20 months ago · Quote · #45

a question! Black can achive draw if start with Q*f2 and repeat checks right?

• 20 months ago · Quote · #46

no check mate

• 20 months ago · Quote · #47

nice....gud one

• 20 months ago · Quote · #48
fsbahman wrote:

a question! Black can achive draw if start with Q*f2 and repeat checks right?

Hmmm... I don't think so... Qxf2 Rxf2...

• 20 months ago · Quote · #49

Nice and simple moves win - was looking for some drastic sacrificial move!

• 20 months ago · Quote · #50

Very interesting and educational.

• 20 months ago · Quote · #51

good puzzle

• 20 months ago · Quote · #52

Great puzzle

• 20 months ago · Quote · #53

Took time to solve this one...

• 20 months ago · Quote · #54

This problem is very interesting.

• 20 months ago · Quote · #55

Extraordinary!!!

• 20 months ago · Quote · #56

puzzle is broke again...

• 20 months ago · Quote · #57

Nice

• 20 months ago · Quote · #58

Interesting!

• 20 months ago · Quote · #59
what happens if 1.Bf6+ Kg8 2.
• 20 months ago · Quote · #60

What fun --- after 3.Qe7

if 3. ... Rxf4, then 4. Qg7#
if 3. ... Rg7,  then 4. Bxe5+ dxe5, 5.Qxe5+ Qf6, 6.Qxf6+ Rg7, 7.Qxg7#
if 3. ... exf4, then 4. Qg7#  or 4. Qxf8#
if 3. ... Q sacrifices at g3 or g2 or h1 or f2  it will be an easy checkmate for white.