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

  • #161
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  • #162

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

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

  • #163
    XStatic wrote:

    How is this even close to being a good puzzle? The solution is wrong. Mate in 2:

    h6+

    Kh6

    Rx8h#

    ....except that 1. h6 does not put black's king in check.

  • #164
    ponz111 wrote:

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

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

    Me baby, me!!

  • #165

    First you eat the knight then you put your other rook on c8

  • #166

    Congratulations the big for beating GM Bisguier in his prime!

  • #167

    huh?

  • #168
    jimwhitesr wrote:

    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 

    1. Bxg6, Nxg6    or     1 hxg6, Nxg6

  • #169

    WHAT??? Er....No , Nope, WRONG!! Wow boy was that ever off the mark WHAT?? 

  • #170

    nice

  • #171

    Nice, thanx for sharing...

  • #172

    I think if you take the pawn at g6 with the biship and then chekc with rook you have mate would that not be better yea I know Black will check whites king once still better mate!

  • #173
  • #174

    Why did they shorten the puzzle? It had more moves this morning.

  • #175

    simple puzzle

  • #176

    After the puzzle ends then 2...Kh7 3. Bxg6 Kh6 4. Rh8#

  • #177

    Bobby Fischer was the best player ever! :D

  • #178

    smart Bobby Fishcer

  • #179

    WTF?

  • #180

    Why is the puzzle shorter than it was this morning, once again?

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