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

doublebruce

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

stanhope13

Good one.

Knightly

Interesting position.

amthomas13

pretty good. Do they have puzzles that Black DOESN'T fall for the sacrifice trap

mistermaxgre

last page, at last!

the_big_j_77
ninenjthomas wrote:

pretty good. Do they have puzzles that Black DOESN'T fall for the sacrifice trap

Black isn't "falling" for a sacrifice trap...the moves are all forced.

r_george92

8th page ! Take that noobs !!!!

mehulnalinoza
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wonderstar123

that was nice

Batman_on_drugs

i dont get it, how is this checkmate, why doesn tblack just move forward?

drcooljoe
vinhvu wrote:

i dont get it, how is this checkmate, why doesn tblack just move forward?

Black must move forward, then Bishop moves down, then Back forward again, then Rook over for mate.

Kingjoshua7147

Why not Bg6+ or g6+ with the pawn then the king has to move to h6, then Rxh8# ??? It's a checkmate in 2 moves insead of just checking on 2 moves. Stupid puzzle. 

goldennose

how does that solve the problem?

hes not even winning in material.

Kingjoshua7147

oh i didn't see the knight. ha. 

rrayv
Kingjoshua7147 wrote:

Why not Bg6+ or g6+ with the pawn then the king has to move to h6, then Rxh8# ??? It's a checkmate in 2 moves insead of just checking on 2 moves. Stupid puzzle. 

Nxg6

malacoda151

Dear Daily Puzzle Staff

I would like to request future endgame puzzles in which checkmate is achieved without the involvment of whites queen or rooks. Thank you for your consideration 

jimwhitesr

your solution is not mate, but bXg6 or pXg6 is mate on the next move because kingmust move to h6 and rXh8 is then mate 

droidd

nice one!

XStatic
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ponz111

Fischer owned Bisguier thouth Bisquier beat him once [and also Petrosin once].

And guess who beat Bisquier when Bisguier was in his prime?