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|Mar-20-05|| ||inhalaattori: Interestingly I figured out the move intuitively, but when I did some analysis on the position with Crafty, it suggested: |
depth=12 15/42 +0.66 43. Rc1 a5 44. Bb5 Rc5 45. Re1 Ra7 46. Re3 d4 47. Re4 Rc7 48. Bc4 Nb6
Nodes: 80728534 NPS: 287904
It's really weird a computer can overlook 43. Rxd5!
|Mar-20-05|| ||patzer2: If Black plays 44...e6, an interesting pursuit mate could ensue:|
44...f6 45.exd7! fxg5 46.Rxe7! (a good alternative is 46.Nf6+! Kf7 47.Rxe7+ Kxe7 48.Nxd5+ Kxd7 49.Bh3+ g4 50.Bxg4+ ) 46...gxf4 47.Rg7+! (A simpler win is 47.Re8+! Kf7 48.Rxc8 ) 47...Kf8 48.Nf6 Bxd7 49.Nxh7+ Ke8 50.Nf6+ Kf8 51.Nxd7+ Ke8 52.h7 Ne7 53.Nb6 Kd8 54.h8Q+ Kc7 55.Rxe7+ Kxb6 56.Qd4+ Kc6 57.Qf6+ Kc5 58.Rc7#
|Mar-20-05|| ||catfriend: <Dick brain> Yep, since it's the only place where black can move his queen without getting a mate in few moves. But I must say I stopped counting after 47.Nxh7+ since I was 100% sure it's won for white. |
|Mar-20-05|| ||bishopmate: Second time i found a Sunday puzzle---I didn't find the whole continuation but i knew the rook sac was the right move after i saw the knight check on h7 to get a passed pawn |
|Mar-20-05|| ||patzer2: <Dick Brain> I like your proposed 42. Be4!, even if I'm not sure if it is better than the move played in the game. Still it's a strong but subtle move that is likely to be initially overlooked by both computer programs as well as strong human players.|
Fritz 8 @ 16 depth assesses a win for White after 42. Be4! dxe4 with 43. Red1! (instead of 43. Rxd7):
Oscar Panno - Erich Gottlieb Eliskases
1rb3k1/3nqp1p/p1n1p1pP/4P1N1/Pp2pQN1/1Pr3P1/2PR1P2/4R1K1 w - - 0 1
Analysis by Fritz 8 @16 depth:
1. (4.97): 43.Red1! Rb7 44.Nxe4 Ncb8 45.Ngf6+ Kh8 46.Nxc3 bxc3 47.Qc4 Qd8 48.Qxc3 Rc7 49.Qb4! Rb7 50. Nxd7!
2. ± (1.25): 43.Nxe4 Nb6 44.Ngf6+ Kh8 45.Ng5 Rb7 46.Red1 Nd5 47.Rxd5 exd5 48.Nxd5 Qxe5
3. ± (0.81): 43.Rd6 Rb7 44.Red1 Rxc2 45.Nf6+ Nxf6 46.Qxf6 Qxf6 47.exf6 Bd7 48.Rxd7 Rxd7 49.Rxd7
4. (0.47): 43.Rxd7 Bxd7 44.Nf6+ Kh8 45.Nxd7 f5 46.Nxb8 Nxb8 47.Rd1 Kg8 48.Qd2 Rc8 49.Qd6
|Mar-20-05|| ||patzer2: <Dick Brain> Looks like Fritz initially underestimated the strength of your 42. Be4! dxe4 43. Rxd7+!|
After 42. Be4 dxe4 <43.Rxd7!> Bxd7 (43...Qxd7 44.Qf6 Kf8 45.Nxh7+ Ke8 46.Qh8+ Ke7 47.Qf8#) 44.Nf6+ Kh8 45.Nxd7 f5 46.Nxb8 Nxb8 47.Rd1 Kg8 48.Qd2 Rc8 49.Qd6 Qxd6 50.Rxd6 Nc6 51.Rxe6 a5 52.Kg2 Kh8 53.g4 Kg8 54.gxf5 gxf5 55.Kg3 Nd4 56.Re7 , it's a crushing win for White (+ 6.22 @ 16 depth per Fritz 8).
|Mar-20-05|| ||morphy234: I got it!! Yay!! I thought it was kind of simple for a Sunday puzzle. |
|Mar-21-05|| ||kevin86: White denuded black's kingside like a swarm of locusts! Note the horrible isolation of black's pieces:every one but the king-is on the queenside--with the empty king file acting as an ironic wall of China separating the king from his army. |
|Mar-21-05|| ||patzer2: <kevin 86> I really enjoy the metaphors and similes you use in susccintly summarizing the strategy and tactics involved in a decisive chess game. |
|Mar-22-05|| ||kevin86: Thanks-Ever watch RENAISSANCE MAN? It is a comedy that explains all of that. |
|Apr-16-06|| ||IMDONE4: Rxd5!! ingenious sacrifice.|
|Sep-22-10|| ||rilkefan: What's the evaluation after say 42...Nd8?|
|Sep-22-10|| ||Once: A nicely played attack by Panno. The KIA doesn't have to be boring, but it helps if you can find stunning moves like 43. Rxd5.|
|Sep-22-10|| ||scormus: Classic KIA. W gets a big space advantage and K-side pressure; forces poised to strike, just needed some special to unlock the B defense. 43. Rxd5 is a bomb!|
just yesterday I was saying about the sequences Nb1-d2-f1-h2-b4 and a4-a5-a6, then CG put this this game up. I often played B against this set up, and usually lost as well
|Sep-22-10|| ||thegoodanarchist: Apparently Black's 42nd move was a puzzle in March 2005. If it were not, I was going to suggest it should be.|
The story of this game is: White gets an opening edge. Then there is lots of manuevering for a while, then
Panno sacs a rook and now even a queen trade cannot save Black.
|Sep-22-10|| ||kevin86: If you look at white's almost comical domination of the king side-you will see why he won.|
|Sep-22-10|| ||rapidcitychess: Great game, great pun.
This is the Best Pun ever. :-)
|Sep-22-10|| ||DarthStapler: Is this pick on Eliskases day or something?|
|Sep-22-10|| ||rapidcitychess: <DarthStapler> That is exactly what I thought.|
|Sep-22-10|| ||RandomVisitor: "Rook 'em, Panno..."|
|Sep-22-10|| ||Honza Cervenka: Very nice combo by Oscar Panno.|
|Sep-22-10|| ||Robed.Bishop: Well, flash in the pan refers to the flash in the priming pan of a muzzleloading gun.|
|Sep-22-10|| ||rapidcitychess: A flash in the pan refers to the pan of a musket.
The pan was filled with gunpowder, and some times there was a flash, but no shot was came out.
Therefore, "Flash in the Pan" or in this case, "Flash in the Panno"
I still can't believe how great this pun is. :-)
|Sep-22-10|| ||Check It Out: Don't pat yourself too hard on the back.
|Sep-23-10|| ||rapidcitychess: <CIO> Oops, I already broke mine. :)|
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