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

  • #101

    Fascinating

  • #102

    Clever things going on, but this isn't over yet.

  • #103

    Great puzzle. I always prefer those that arise from games.

  • #104

    great puzzle!!! got it all--but the Qg7 move eluded me. Brilliant move!!!!

  • #105

    14 Hours ; Alice I am going to send you to the moon.

    Please be relevant, helpful & nice!

  • #106
    Quino24 wrote:

    Q

    Just like shockin a few weeks ago. Tradition?

  • #107
    Quino24 wrote:

    Q

    ??

  • #108

  • #109

    wuh wuh...

  • #110

    Super puzzle

  • #111

    My answer to Polish player JacekK: 1.Bc6! b6?! 2.Qb5!! (instead of 2.Ra3) 2. ...ab5 3.Ra3 and 4.Ra8 mate.

  • #112

    Great unexpected move. I didn't see it...

  • #113

    Good one!

  • #114

    I have solved this puzzle

  • #115
    achintya4003 wrote:
     

    Another very nice puzzle from  achintya4003.  I spent most of my time searching for a 2-move mate like your last one but then realised it has to be 3 ! ...



    I remember seeing something similar once before but the key moves are always counter-intuitive & very hard to find    Wink

  • #116

    i see it! wow, amazing! : D

  • #117

    Very tough.

  • #118

    Would never have occurred to me. 

  • #119

    I don't get it, after the 'soulution', black can Qd8.

  • #120

    Why is this a winning position for White?

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