11/10/2012 - Graebner - Kamyschnikow, Kaiserslautern, 2006

  • #41

    hmm:)

  • #42

    why would you do that in the end???

  • #43

    OMG!!!Surprised

  • #44

    ......pb6 prevents the mate ?

  • #45

    very nice!

  • #46
    dacster13 wrote:
    I think the puzzle ended too quickly, it should show why 4. Qg7 is winning else other players may be confused.
     
     

    Good combination of move,white come's out with Q versus R, and should be able to win game,It still will be hard for white to win,he has to figure a way to advance pawn,and black has extra pawn,would like to see how game ended.Thank's for variation,I wonder if white would accept draw offer,all white's pawn's are blocked.My bad,pawn's are equal,

  • #47

    Very very good puzzle.

  • #48

    Hard

  • #49
    JacekK wrote:
    thanks
  • #50

    nice

  • #51

    Good puzzle for a change

  • #52

    4th page!

  • #53
    JacekK wrote:
     

    I believe the move is 2.Qb5!!, not 2.Ra3!

  • #54

    good one

  • #55

    good one indeed.

  • #56

    Very good puzzle. Tricky!

  • #57
    paulified22 wrote: 

    Good combination of move,white come's out with Q versus R, and should be able to win game,It still will be hard for white to win,he has to figure a way to advance pawn,and black has extra pawn,would like to see how game ended.Thank's for variation,I wonder if white would accept draw offer,all white's pawn's are blocked.My bad,pawn's are equal,

    Well I thought the endgame is straightforward, but here's a diagram to show what kind of continuation white can possibly do.

     Anyway, it's just an approximation on what may happen and I'm not entirely sure if there are better possibilities, but I think it's the simplest way for white to win.

  • #58

    Good day; bonne journée.

  • #59

    Done.

  • #60

    Tough one !

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