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12/29/2012 - Long Calculation

  • #181

    Great puzzle, lot of calculation invovled, definetly needing a deep insight into the middle game. Smile

  • #182

    Good one.

  • #183

    very difficult...Cry

  • #184

    Difficult one.

  • #185

    Tarrasch trap

    nice puzzle..by the way knew it beforehand

  • #186

    niceee

  • #187

    nonsense 

  • #188

    easy

  • #189

    Why did the solution end when it did...with no checkmate shown? Is it so obvious they didn't show it? Help please!

  • #190
    abo_tamem_2012 wrote:
     

    Wouldn't this pull a win instead of a draw?

    Edit: Nevermind, Queen to h8 or h7 is checkmate.

  • #191

    what happens if black takes with the knight on move 4 instead of move 5?

  • #192

    This puzzle is a well known trap out of the Ruy Lopez Opening (I don't remember which variation...), where black plays 0-0 which is a mistake, losing a pawn. I believe all these moves are forced.

  • #193

    11. C4 was devastating!  Eleven (11) deep!  Thanks for the lesson!

  • #194

    nic one....good puzzle

  • #195

    Easy. First.

  • #196

    Wow, hard one...

  • #197

    This is a known trap, black has to take on d4 before 0-0.  I've actually played this in a game, so I got the puzzle really fast (although I was unaware black could avoid the loss of a piece for so long).

  • #198

    long... indeed

  • #199

    can somebody explain this?

  • #200
    angie_pad wrote:

    Why did the solution end when it did...with no checkmate shown? Is it so obvious they didn't show it? Help please!

    In the final position, Black must either lose a piece or give Rook for minor piece in a quiet position. Between masters, the win is then just a question of technique, but it would take a long struggle before it was done. Marco resigned on the spot, knowing there was no realistic chance of saving the game.

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