3/1/2011 - Nikolai Zinoviev, Lisove gospodarsto, 1994


  • 5 years ago · Quote · #121

    j2009m

    jgl1976 wrote:

     


    I want to parallel the premove with using both hands in speed chess. In speed chess the rule is to use one hand to move the piece then that same hand must also hit the clock. The premove is like moving the piece with one hand and immediately hitting the clock with the other hand. The premove has the same exact effect as using both hands to play.

    The Laws of Chess derived the rule not to use both hands. I am just strongly recommending we let our heritage guide us and adapt the technology to our heritage. 

    Levis



    Shut the F*** up about "premove". Why are you talking about that in the daily puzzle? Would you please tell us what "premove" has to do with the daily puzzle? Is this the only place you could get your opinion read by other people? While you talk about staying with the fundamentals that govern chess, you're forgetting the fundamentals of forums; keep your comments within the subject matter. In this case, The Daily Puzzle. So I ask again; how does "premove" pertain to the daily puzzle? Answer that so we can all forget what an @$$ you're making of yourself.

    -J2009m-

     

    About the PUZZLE: This is one of those situations where any other move by  white would change the outcome of this game.

  • 5 years ago · Quote · #122

    onefineham

    Hmm

  • 5 years ago · Quote · #123

    cxue2010

    nice puzzle

  • 5 years ago · Quote · #124

    kaichess

    good

  • 5 years ago · Quote · #125

    DavidJB

    If you pin the bishop or take the bishop, its a stalemate

  • 5 years ago · Quote · #126

    moral-haze

    I liked the h1 option until I realised how it could quickly lead to stalemate or simply delay the victory.  Very good puzzle.

  • 5 years ago · Quote · #127

    eddysallin

    hmmmmm, can on b8,c8 in two moves

  • 5 years ago · Quote · #128

    GianniP28

    2 easy

  • 5 years ago · Quote · #129

    MadDogOfist

    Premove is a feature of online play that is impossible in live play. Online play is not necessarilly a direct copy of live play: witness not needing to move the rook when castling, or removing the pieces from the board when taking them, or the need to say 'j'adjust' when making sure your pieces are within their squares. It's a different game: premove just shows you know what the other guy is going to do. It makes 1 minute games possible. It shows your ability.

    jgl1976 should accept the new reality and stop winging like a little bitch. 

  • 5 years ago · Quote · #130

    jgl1976

    MadDogOfist wrote:

    Premove is a feature of online play that is impossible in live play. Online play is not necessarilly a direct copy of live play: witness not needing to move the rook when castling, or removing the pieces from the board when taking them, or the need to say 'j'adjust' when making sure your pieces are within their squares. It's a different game: premove just shows you know what the other guy is going to do. It makes 1 minute games possible. It shows your ability.

    jgl1976 should accept the new reality and stop winging like a little bitch. 


    WTF? None of the data you just provided has any truth (you castle with one hand in live chess and here all castling is done at the same speed)...you make no sense go do the puzzle 32 more times and meet with doctors to talk about it.... 

  • 5 years ago · Quote · #131

    dragana87

    nice

  • 5 years ago · Quote · #132

    dtbrenneman

    jgl1976 wrote:

     


    I want to parallel the premove with using both hands in speed chess. In speed chess the rule is to use one hand to move the piece then that same hand must also hit the clock. The premove is like moving the piece with one hand and immediately hitting the clock with the other hand. The premove has the same exact effect as using both hands to play.

    The Laws of Chess derived the rule not to use both hands. I am just strongly recommending we let our heritage guide us and adapt the technology to our heritage. 

    Levis

    huh?

  • 5 years ago · Quote · #133

    AndrewConnolly1709

    Lepori wrote:

    why not  Rh1??


     Stalemate after ... bg8 is white foolishly tries Rh8

    But surely Rc1 (then Rc8) is just as valid, albeit not quite so elegant ?

    (Ra1 ... Ra8 can be met countered by the bishop also risking stalemate - the poisoned bishop)

  • 5 years ago · Quote · #134

    limburg439

    AndrewConnolly1709 wrote:
    Lepori wrote:

    why not  Rh1??


     Stalemate after ... bg8 is white foolishly tries Rh8

    But surely Rc1 (then Rc8) is just as valid, albeit not quite so elegant ?

    (Ra1 ... Ra8 can be met countered by the bishop also risking stalemate - the poisoned bishop)


    Rc1 will be followed by Bc2 and then it wont be checkmate

  • 5 years ago · Quote · #135

    chessica

    incredibly easy!

  • 5 years ago · Quote · #136

    brianator

    there were other ways to achieve the same result so it was amatter of selecting the one that was used

  • 5 years ago · Quote · #137

    melodyzhang

    i didnt get it at first, bot then it clicked in.Smile todays puzzle was sort of clever wasnt it

  • 5 years ago · Quote · #138

    jamessaul

    I got it but it felt odd, not sure.

  • 5 years ago · Quote · #139

    drshark

    nice

  • 5 years ago · Quote · #140

    Porlasco

    Lately why have the puzzles been so easy?


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