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|Oct-31-11|| ||sevenseaman: < naruto00122: I feel like a semi-god for spotting Nxb5 on
Good play in a 10 minute game. <10. Nb5> is of course a coup, your
timing at <21. axb5 axb5 22. Nxb5 et al> is spot on. The game belongs to you hereon.
Was the <poisoned N> any time <takeable>? Your diagram too does not
seem to belong to your story.
How does one upload a PGN?
|Oct-31-11|| ||whiteshark: <30.Qxh6+ Kxh6 31.Rh3#> and that's it.|
|Oct-31-11|| ||morfishine: I had a dream I was a Grandmaster
I always made moves like <30.Qxh6+>
Then I woke up and it was Monday
|Oct-31-11|| ||M.Hassan: "Very Easy" White to play 30.?
White is a pawn up
If one spots Queen sac on h6, one has solved the puzzle:
|Oct-31-11|| ||Phil Holden: Sevenseaman <How does one upload a PGN?>
Which chess programme are you using?|
|Oct-31-11|| ||k.khalil: Queen takes h6, then swing the rook to h file for mate!|
|Oct-31-11|| ||sevenseaman: <Phil Holden: Sevenseaman <How does one upload a PGN?> Which chess programme are you using?>|
Whats that, a chess programme?
|Oct-31-11|| ||JG27Pyth: Prince Andrey Dadian of Mingrelia v Brjecky -- sounds like the finals of an Unlikely Name contest... and it's rather a tie!|
|Oct-31-11|| ||Al2009: Please, everybody knowing deeply chess history, knows that most of the games by "Prince Dadian of Mingrelia" were fakes, pre-arranged by the Prince with poorer and famous chessplayers who visited him, by paying them, and it was Duz Khotimirsky who revealed this first.
Therefore, I would be very careful in believing this game was a genuine and real game...|
|Oct-31-11|| ||FSR: <Al2009> How dare you defame this great genius? Prince Dadian was the greatest player ever, winning almost every game in stunningly brilliant fashion!|
|Oct-31-11|| ||zb2cr: A Queen sacrifice for Monday morning. The howling Queen is thrust into a fatal position with 30. Qxh6#. The fiendish Black King eats her whole, in one gulp, with 30. ... Kxh6. But before he can even burp after his meal, the White Rook on g3 slides one step sideways to h3 and cries "I have avenged my Queen!"|
|Oct-31-11|| ||srag: <Al2009> and <FSR>: Prince Andrey Dadian was born in Mingrelia, right? So was Lavrenti Beria ...|
|Oct-31-11|| ||gawain: Easy does it. Qxh6+ of course. Nice pattern after Kxh6 Rh3# with the black g-pawn covering the King's only escape square.|
Even if the Prince was winning these games by pre-arrangement it is a nice little puzzle.
|Oct-31-11|| ||kingfu: I like the Monday puzzles.
It is like Senior Day.
|Oct-31-11|| ||kevin86: Today,we have TWO queen sac puzzles-the daily puzzle and the quiz puzzle by sevenseamen.|
In the text ,white reacts to the fork by Qh6+ and mate next move by the rook-if black takes-or the queen if he withdraws.
|Oct-31-11|| ||BOSTER: Today <CG> represent one of <deviously ingenious> I'd say adventure story written by Prince Dadian.
This is the position one move before <POTD>, where black played timid g6?, which helped white to create the masterpiece.|
click for larger view
Let's see what would happened if black played 29.Rxd4. Now after 30.exd4 g6! and black is better.
|Oct-31-11|| ||bachbeet: Got it.|
|Oct-31-11|| ||sevenseaman: <BOSTER> You seem to imply that Brjecky was under pressure to play <29...g6> and ignore playing <29...Rxd4>. |
On the face of it, many a lighter player could have been tempted to play g6 as it forks R and Q.
So a credible move in general but not at the high level associated with <Prince Dadian> and whoever this Brjecky was!
Did he get to be a GM?
|Oct-31-11|| ||Memethecat: the usual monday Q sac <30Qxh6+ Kxh6 31Rh3#>|
|Oct-31-11|| ||squaresquat: Jaded jingos will yawn at a flower or a sunset. Beauty is meaningless.|
|Oct-31-11|| ||rapidcitychess: The simple Qxh6 check does the trick here. The worm on the hook, followed by the fisherman's spear.|
|Oct-31-11|| ||HeMateMe: Whose your Dadi?|
|Oct-31-11|| ||Pawn Derous: A situation ripe for the picking. Although materially similar, white dominates the middle and has enough momentum to put black through the wine press.|
30. Rg6 ?
if 30. … Qxf5 then 31. Qg6#
if 30. … Qxe3+ then 31. Bxe3 etc
Pawn-Derous thought this solution OK but too bad he missed the Qh6+. He'll try to be more thorough next time.
30. Qh3+ Kg8 31. Qh1# is quite startling. As if it were composed.
WHAT did one skeleton say to the other over the chess board? «You lost on time.» 120 years for the first 40 moves, 60 years for the next 20 moves and then 15 minutes for the rest of the game.
-- Happy Halloween
(black should have won today)
|Oct-31-11|| ||stst: 30.Qxh6+ KxQ
(else Kg8, 31.Qh8#)
|Nov-01-11|| ||JoergWalter: <HeMateMe: Whose your Dadi?>|
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