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|Jul-13-11|| ||Sho: The famous Boden's mate: even (or especially) patzers know of it.|
|Jul-13-11|| ||HeMateMe: Those double Bishops against the Q-side castle position. If White had had tactical training software, he would have seen this one coming...|
|Jul-13-11|| ||nolanryan: in case ur wondering, one person's name is boden and the other person's name is schulder and the pun prob means that schulder is annoyed by boden. funny one!|
|Jul-13-11|| ||Libispusher: the pun stuff is way up on this one. hilarious.|
|Jul-13-11|| ||rilkefan: <the pun prob means that schulder is annoyed by boden>|
I think the pun is on "burden to shoulder". "Boden" is not so far from "boyden", a la newyorkese.
|Jul-13-11|| ||An Englishman: Good Evening: One of the best CG puns in quite some time.|
|Jul-13-11|| ||chrisowen: Game nine-gligent ye-swing Mista Men in-black it hood pulled-pawns fill centre f5 breaks-in coup-de-gruesome bump bishop in tickle mate it strong happy done Morphy Nautilus!|
|Jul-13-11|| ||playground player: Because so many beginners use it, and without much success, the Philidor is an underrated opening for Black. Which is a good reason to use it! (After learning its finer points, of course.)|
|Jul-13-11|| ||kevin86: Wow! The original Boden Mate!!|
|Jul-13-11|| ||theodor: 14.Bd4|
|Jul-13-11|| ||sfm: It was so easy for Black, because anyone knows Boden's mate.|
|Jul-13-11|| ||Phony Benoni: Everyone keeps saying this game was won by Boden's Mate. So why is it listed under his name?|
|Jul-13-11|| ||DrMAL: Moves 3-6 on both sides were a great example of mutual inaccuracy, worse than 9.f4 but not as bad as 13.O-O-O that vied for the unbrilliancy prize 14.Bxd5 ran away with!|
|Jul-13-11|| ||WhiteRook48: that pun is... so ... bad|
|Aug-22-11|| ||LIFE Master AJ: 13.d5!|
|Nov-28-11|| ||IRONCASTLEVINAY: i think this mating pattern is known as boden pattern ,no?|
|Apr-01-12|| ||Infohunter: <sfm: It was so easy for Black, because anyone knows Boden's mate.>|
Easy to say after the fact, but Boden himself had to find it while playing over the board.
<Phony Benoni: Everyone keeps saying this game was won by Boden's Mate. So why is it listed under his name?>
Because this is the game wherein Boden discovered the pattern.
<IRONCASTLEVINAY: i think this mating pattern is known as boden pattern ,no?>
Right you are--for the reason already stated.
|Apr-01-12|| ||Phony Benoni: <Infohunter> I was trying to make a pun on the alternate meaning of "Mate". It was obviously not a good one if I have to explain it.|
|Apr-02-12|| ||Infohunter: <Phony Benoni: <Infohunter> I was trying to make a pun on the alternate meaning of "Mate". It was obviously not a good one if I have to explain it.>|
Oops! Don't blame yourself, <Phony Benoni>; my thinking was just too tunnel visioned to see that you were making a pun, which is so very obvious now that you've pointed it out. Sometimes I just focus too narrowly: I remember a few months ago when Boris Becker played a losing game of chess against a recognized master <cg> tagged it as GOTD with "Tennis, Anyone?" In my post I wondered what the "tennis" connection was, not thinking at all about Becker's real profession. Boy, did that make me feel like a yo-yo!
|Sep-04-12|| ||Llawdogg: Boden's Mate!|
|Jan-16-14|| ||dernier thylacine: To Pica-Pica:
an other example of exact Boden's mate pattern, but the possibility was unfortunately missed:
Dmitri Urusov versus Ilya Shumov, in a game played in the same year 1853 in St Petersburg, as Phoni Benoni mentioned it...
|Apr-21-14|| ||Mating Net: Samuel Boden deserves all the accolades for being the first to uncork this thunderbolt mating pattern. Well done Sir!|
|Oct-02-17|| ||Christoforus Polacco: <sambo> Nice finish.|
|Oct-02-17|| ||ndg2: Samuel Boden would be proud if he could see his mate pattern so marvelously applied. Oh, wait...|
|Aug-20-18|| ||yaecinn: Horwitz - Popert, Hamburg 1844
1.d4 f5 2.Bf4 e6 3.h4 Bb4+ 4.c3 Ba5 5.Bh2 d5 6.Nd2 Nd7 7.e4 Qf6 8.exf5 exf5 9.a3 a6 10.Nb3 Bb6 11.Bd3 Ba7 12.Ne2 Nb6 13.Nc5 Bd7 14.Nxd7 Nxd7 15.O-O O-O-O 16.Kh1 g5 17.h5 Ne7 18.Ng3 h6 19.f4 Qc6 20.fxg5 hxg5 21.Qd2 Rh7 22.Qxg5 Nf6 23.Ne2 Qe6 24.g4 Nxg4 25.Rad1 Nf6 26.Ng1 Nd7 27.Rf2 Ng8 28.Bf1 Qf6 29.Qg2 Qb6 30.h6 Qc6 31.Rxf5 Qxh6 32.Rxd5 c6 33.Rh5 Qxh5 34.Qxc6+ bxc6 35.Bxa6# *
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