7/25/2013 - Polgar 1994

  • #181

    JosTim  

    Nd3 instead of Nd7 also works. Nice puzzle

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    no it doesn't...

  • #182

    nice

  • #183

    awesome

  • #184

    I was so fixated on the white knight forking black king to queen it took me forever to notice the actual solution. So this was cool.

  • #185

    got got

  • #186

    easy

  • #187

    this puzzle is brilliant!!

  • #188
    scabs wrote:

    Kd3 also works. any place you put the knight actually solves it after the queen move

    After 1. Qd4+ Kxd4, 2. Nd7# is the only move to checkmate.  It is the only move by the c5 knight which stops 2...Rxa7 and 2...Ke5.

  • #189

    nice

  • #190

    I thought it was awesome to fork the queen and king....nope even better when there is a mate in 2

  • #191

    Cool

  • #192
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  • #193

    Impressive!

  • #194

    Done.

  • #195
    JBades6310 wrote:
    Sedrickson wrote:

    how does this benfit white? its note mate and no more queen?

    um... yes it is

    Sometimes you need to sac the queen in order to get the quick checkmate as this example plainly illustrates.

  • #196
    MyLifeForAuir87 wrote:

    JosTim  

    Nd3 instead of Nd7 also works. Nice puzzle

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    no it doesn't...

    Exactly, because the knight blocks the rook from capturing the DSB applying check. If the knight gets moved to d3, the rook captures that bishop and play continues. However it is also a strong move because it is also a discovered attack on the black queen, but Polgar saw that moving the knight to the square blocking the rook was the end of the game.

  • #197

    nice

  • #198

    V.Good

  • #199

    Nice and Easy!

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