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9/14/2012 - Sutovsky v Smirin, 2002

  • #121


  • #122

    Good puzzle. Wish there were more of them :)

  • #123

    Nice problem!

  • #124

    nice one

  • #125

    i did it in 30secs. :D

  • #126

    Very good,it makes you think.

  • #127


  • #128

    Does anybody know where I can get pgn for the full game that this puzzle is taken from?

  • #129


  • #130

    Figured out a 6-move puzzle with no mistakes. A definite first!

  • #131

    Nice puzzle.

  • #132

    how about mate in 2 instead, rook to h7

  • #133


  • #134

    Nice puzzle.  Solved it on first attempt.

  • #135
    uhrair wrote:

    how about mate in 2 instead, rook to h7

    That would be fabulous.  How do you do it?

  • #136
    dufferps wrote:

    I wonder if Sutovsky saw it all the way to the end when he did the Qxh7+.

    I saw the next couple of moves, and knew that this was a puzzle where queen-sac is often the key to success, so I did it. But doing that in a game is a very different challenge.  I would have to visualize all six moves just looking at the board.

    It would certainly be very risky to sac the queen if you did not see it led to checkmate.

  • #137


  • #138

    nice one, but kinda obvious... too many moves though:)

  • #139

    Sloooow deathmarch :)

  • #140


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