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1/4/2013 - R.Nezhmetdinov - S.Flohr, 1954

  • #161

    First move was hard and awesome, the rest was cake.

  • #162

    Seems like a quicker mate would be

    Rfh3..Rh2xRh3

    Kf3#

  • #163

    great problem

  • #164

    Thanks for the lesson!

  • #165

    White is using the rook as an obstruction

  • #166

    Yep

  • #167

    Cool

  • #168
    You have solved this problem!
    4. Rh3#
    Why not the first move must be Rc3(or Rf1) and not Rd3?
  • #169

    nice!

  • #170

    Odd,, not easy to see.

  • #171

    Interesting

  • #172

    I love this combination. First time I saw it was when Bent Larsen (the best Danish player ever and close to be world champ - only problem was first Spassky and then Fischer - showed it with excitement. One of the finest ends ever :-)

  • #173

    Too easy.....

  • #174

    Interesting, some say easy, others say tricky.  I got it first go with a bit of thought.

  • #175

    good one!

  • #176

    interesting first move...

  • #177

    how can people say this was easy? Are they lying to make themselves look good? That first move was so not obvious to me. After that, it's pretty straightforward, but I also thought 1.Rf1 was nearly as good.

  • #178

    I find it funny the people who say a puzzle from a grandmaster game is too easy, then you look at their ratings which are under 1100.

  • #179

       nice 

  • #180

    Mighty fine.

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