4/19/2014 - Tisdall - Lee, London 1981

  • #221

    Superb mate

  • #222
    BryanCFB wrote:
     

    [Date "????.??.??"]
    [Result "*"]
    [FEN "rnb1kr2/pp1p1pQp/6q1/4PpB1/1P6/8/1PP2PPP/2KR3R w - - 0 1"]

    1.e6 Nc6 2.exd7+ Bxd7 3.Rhe1+ Be6 ( 3...Qe6 4.Rxe6+ Bxe6 5.Bh6 Ke7 6.Qg5+ f6 7.Qg7+ Bf7 8.Re1+ Ne5 9.f4 ) 4.Rxe6+ Ne7 ( 4...fxe6 5.Qd7# ) 5.Rxe7#
    *

  • #223
    akopel wrote:
    BryanCFB wrote:
     

    [Date "????.??.??"]
    [Result "*"]
    [FEN "rnb1kr2/pp1p1pQp/6q1/4PpB1/1P6/8/1PP2PPP/2KR3R w - - 0 1"]

    1.e6 Nc6 2.exd7+ Bxd7 3.Rhe1+ Be6 ( 3...Qe6 4.Rxe6+ Bxe6 5.Bh6 Ke7 6.Qg5+ f6 7.Qg7+ Bf7 8.Re1+ Ne5 9.f4 ) 4.Rxe6+ Ne7 ( 4...fxe6 5.Qd7# ) 5.Rxe7#
    *

    You missed two better moves for black in your nine move line.  Instead of 7...Bf7 black should play 7...Rf7.  Instead of 8...Ne5 black should play 8...Kd7 (even 8...Kd6 is better than 8...Ne5).  You also missed a better move for white in that line with 7. Bxf8+.

    More importantly though, on 3...Be6 4. Rxe6+ you happened to miss the other of black's three legal responses, 4...Qxe6, and black should be winning, and is definitely not getting checkmated next move. 

    You need to look at all possible moves in tight situations such as these.  Thank you for the response.

  • #224
    dandonian wrote:

    If he'd have took the pawn with the knight black would have prevented this.

    1. e6 Qxg7 2. ed+ Nxd7 3. Re1+ Qe5 4. Rxe5+ Nxe5 5. Rd8#.

  • #225

    bogus. what the f bishop is doing? it could guard the king. why using queen??

  • #226

    coool!!:)

  • #227

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  • #228
    deanghosh wrote:

    bogus. what the f bishop is doing? it could guard the king. why using queen??

     I DONT LIKE UR LANGUAGE

  • #229
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  • #230

    eolaca 

    deanghosh wrote:

    bogus. what the f bishop is doing? it could guard the king. why using queen??

    teolaca 

    deanghosh wrote:

     I DONT LIKE UR LANGUAGE


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  • #231

    I guess it's "easy" if you play e6 (either pure guess or because it looks a good first move) and black answers with Qxg7 - then you follow the obvious path to the answer. But I wouldn't say it's easy if you have to work it out from beginning to end. 1.. Qxg7 isn't forced, so what do you do then?

  • #232
    fburton wrote:

    I guess it's "easy" if you play e6 (either pure guess or because it looks a good first move) and black answers with Qxg7 - then you follow the obvious path to the answer. But I wouldn't say it's easy if you have to work it out from beginning to end. 1.. Qxg7 isn't forced, so what do you do then?

    Yes.  1. e6 is winning, but I wouldn't call it easy.

  • #233
    BryanCFB wrote:
    akopel wrote:
    BryanCFB wrote:
     

    [Date "????.??.??"]
    [Result "*"]
    [FEN "rnb1kr2/pp1p1pQp/6q1/4PpB1/1P6/8/1PP2PPP/2KR3R w - - 0 1"]

    1.e6 Nc6 2.exd7+ Bxd7 3.Rhe1+ Be6 ( 3...Qe6 4.Rxe6+ Bxe6 5.Bh6 Ke7 6.Qg5+ f6 7.Qg7+ Bf7 8.Re1+ Ne5 9.f4 ) 4.Rxe6+ Ne7 ( 4...fxe6 5.Qd7# ) 5.Rxe7#
    *

    You missed two better moves for black in your nine move line.  Instead of 7...Bf7 black should play 7...Rf7.  Instead of 8...Ne5 black should play 8...Kd7 (even 8...Kd6 is better than 8...Ne5).  You also missed a better move for white in that line with 7. Bxf8+.

    More importantly though, on 3...Be6 4. Rxe6+ you happened to miss the other of black's three legal responses, 4...Qxe6, and black should be winning, and is definitely not getting checkmated next move. 

    You need to look at all possible moves in tight situations such as these.  Thank you for the response.

    Thanks.
    Seems you're right.

  • #234

    nice!!

  • #235

    Cool

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