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1/9/2014 - Nimzowitsch-Tartakower, Karlovy Vary, 1911

  • #161

    Qf6!! fantastic

  • #162

    Nice Puzzle!!

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    Wink. Use left and right arrows to navigate.Wink. Use left and right arrows to navigate.Wink. Use left and right arrows to navigate.Wink. Use left and right arrows to navigate.Wink. Use left and right arrows to navigate.

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  • #163

    Excellent!

  • #164

    shocking

  • #165

    Does anything prohibit black from not taking Bishop at f7?

    Something like taking the other Bishop instead for example

  • #166
    iljadeifts wrote:

    Does anything prohibit black from not taking Bishop at f7?

    Something like taking the other Bishop instead for example

    If black plays 2...Bxh6 instead of 2...Qxf7 then any of the following moves also result in checkmate in four:  3. Bxg6+, 3. Be8+, 3. Bd5+, 3. Bc4+, 3. Bb3+.  Those moves force 3...Qf7, and then 4. Qxf7# is checkmate.

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