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9/14/2012 - Sutovsky v Smirin, 2002

  • #161

    easy even for me!

  • #162

    great puzzle!

  • #163

    Gud 1

  • #164

    Why not just Rook e4 to h4 in the first move? That wins faster, doesn't it?

  • #165
    LawrenceB wrote:

    Why not 5. Rf4#?

    5...Kxf4

  • #166

    This puzzle was actually interesting dispite the same old Q sack to start it.

  • #167

    cool! i got after like 5 million tries

  • #168

    Cool

    Great puzzle!

  • #169
    bodyflicker wrote:

    Why not just Rook e4 to h4 in the first move? That wins faster, doesn't it?

    1. Rh4 Rg7 2. Nxg7 Qxg7.

  • #170

    wooohooo

  • #171

    Very good puzzle! Enjoyed solving it.

  • #172

    This one was pretty fun

  • #173

    did it like 5 to 10 minutes

  • #174

    Good

  • #175
    mgolden356 wrote:

    cant believe that hapened in a game! thats lucky? did he see the checkmate from right there?

    all is posible

  • #176

    King walk ftw!

  • #177

    good puzzle!

  • #178

    easy

  • #179

    I solved it with no problems!!!

  • #180

    I'm sure that White saw this mate from the beginning of this sequence. Once you realize that the two Rooks trap the King on The g file, then it becomes a matter of figuring out how to further trap it with checks and/or moving it in reach of the White pawns.

    True confession time: I did not see the whole sequence-- however I'm not a Grandmaster!

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