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

  • #161

    so hard

  • #162

    Great puzzle, thanks! :)

  • #163

    nice puzzle

  • #164
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  • #167
    rafarok1 wrote:
     

    Legal's mate !

    Edit:  Not exactly - the black knight on c6 shouldn't be there & complicates things a little.

  • #168

    excellent puzzle !

  • #169

    nice puzzle

  • #170

    The main line of the combination (in post #162, above) is 1. ... Nxe5 2. Qxh5 Nxc4 3. Qb5+ winning a Pawn.

    Curiously, this is exactly (move for move) one of my OTB tournament games from the 1970's... played in Moncton, New Brunswick against Roland Basque.

  • #171

    i don't get it

  • #172

    4.Qg7 is a deflection or removing the guard tactic??

  • #173

    hmm not easy

  • #174

    it's sunday...expected a easy one but it's quite oppositeYell

  • #175

  • #176
    paulified22 wrote:

    Hard puzzle,did all right untill move 4,Tried moving my Q but not to g7,I guess the idea was for black to take Q and then Re8 would be mate,but black does not have to take Q,black Q could move to d8,where does white move now? This was a lousy puzzle.Thank's Chess.Com,good day chess head's. I think Quino need's help.Whose going to find move's to mate?

    I have the same question  :D

     

    but got the answer thanks

  • #177

    Very nice puzzle!

  • #178
    dacster13 wrote:
    I think the puzzle ended too quickly, it should show why 4. Qg7 is winning else other players may be confused.
     
     

    thanks.

  • #179

    Nice.

  • #180

    Hard! I like this one.

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