11/30/2012 - Bobby Fischer - Arthur Bisguier, NY 1965

Chess_Master_12345

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Chess_Master_12345

cool

eddysallin

Quite the fischer finishing touch.  Well done

Dark-power

3rd page :D

monkeybrainzz

♜a8♞b8♝c8♛d8♚e8♝f8♞g8♜h8

♟a7♟b7♟c7♟d7♟e7♟f7♟g7♟h7

♙a2♙b2♙c2♙d2♙e2♙f2♙g2♙h2

♖a1♘b1♗c1♕d1♔e1♗f1♘g1♖h1

robvdb

ok bobby!

stephen_33

Rather obvious but a good finish !

crazymonkeyzzz

♜♞♝♛♚♝♞♜                    a8b8c8d8e8f8g8h8                                    

♟♟♟♟♟♟♟♟                    a7b7c7d7e7f7g7h7                                    

♙♙♙♙♙♙♙♙                    a6b6c6d6e6f6g6h6                                    

♖♘♗♕♔♗♘♖                    a5b5c5d5e5f5g5h5

6                                 1                                             3

7                                                                               4

8                                                                               5

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Zoras

nice 

shahronakm

Good one.

dhr2006

Cool

extremelol

nice

bispomaluco

In today's puzzle (November 30th), wouldn't it be a simpler solution Bxg6 and then directly Rxh8?

aptylus

5. h5xg6 is possible too.

mvallejo70

Good one.

AndyAlcott

Today is actually a quite simple yet incredibly elegant puzzle.

nazcko

cool

anupralhad

nice

Joe_27
bispomaluco wrote:

In today's puzzle (November 30th), wouldn't it be a simpler solution Bxg6 and then directly Rxh8?

That would be responded to by NxB not Kh6 so the check mate opportunity would be lost

dufferps

Nice to see that they played it out at the end.  So often, in masters play, black would have resigned when the end was so obvious. 

By the way, I think 5. hxg6+ would have worked just as well.