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Peter Leisebein vs Bernhard Fels
CM..0.00256 (2004), IECG, Sep-15
Blackmar-Diemer Gambit: Teichmann Variation (D00)  ·  1-0
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Oct-05-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  Penguincw: < thegoodanarchist: Were all the puzzles this week from 2004? >

Haha! Good one, but not quite. However, they were from rather 1954, 1984, 2004 or 2014. See the trend?

Game Collection: Puzzle of the Day 2014

Oct-05-14
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  Jimfromprovidence: This is an amazingly complex position. Take the position at move 21 for black if he plays 21...f5, instead of the text 21...f6.


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Now the text combination 22 Qh6+ Kf7 23 Bg6+ Ke7 24 Qg7+ does not work because black's queen now covers g7.

The side puzzle is from the above position, white to play and win.

Oct-05-14
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  patzer2: One of the toughest Sunday puzzles in a while. My best calculation was <13. Nf6+!! gxf6> 14. gxf6? (missing <14...Bxf7+!! Kg7 15. Qh5! fxg5 16. c3! Nd5 17. h4!> ) 15. Qxf6 Qxf6 16. Rxf6 Nxd3? (missing 16... Nd7! ) 17. cxd3? (missing 17. Bh6! Nb4 18. Kh2 Nd7 19. Rg1+ Kh8 20. Bg7+ Kg8 21. Bh6+ Kh8 22. Bg7+ = with a draw by perpetual check) 17...Nd7 .

<computer chess guy: Rybka 3 will play Nf6+, given enough time (switches from 13. a3 at depth 16).> Fritz 12 on my 2.1 GHZ dual core processor also struggled with this one. It wasn't until over 10 minutes of calculation at 18/47 depth that Fritz switched from 13. a3 to 13. Nf6+ as it's first choice.

Even after 20 depth, the best Fritz could find was 13. Nf6+ gxf6 14. gxf6 Bxf6 15. Qxf6 Qxf6 16. Rxf6 Nd7 which leaves Black with a strong and likely winning advantage.

Only after forcing the program to evaluate <14...Bxf7+!! Kg7 15. Qh5! fxg5 16. c3! Nd5 17. h4!> at 20 depth did Fritz 12 find the win.

Oct-05-14  1stboard: looks like black on move 12 should have played .... g6

Should have seen the bishop on the diagonal to h7 sacrifice

Oct-05-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  chrisowen: Ar win f6 bishop h7 varnish under the coat ie a3

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to join the party ramble give do it book in a slot low ar hum prime whip and whim free vigour deems bit ok love h7 down hard it ardent in act

up e4 mind for one god snare victor horse f6

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Oct-05-14
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  chrisowen: I finish queen am f8 as ever piece ahead and a passer vantage seek oh am g5 should prove bothersome very like glide f6 arms hope favourable spot hospitable in a good while for white evals change in pax a cut I lights curry in favour as put in blessed upon time are those clean incisions select rook you would like at join the fray a f6 rubbered off my cap in accolades local vested duke zone on greens a gauge spin ache horse f6 light bronze statute break up the applecart bless a child scit size in sic up ebb and flow batter cause at d3 bishop highway black beset on all sides in best option have can e4 of worms a jilly f6 light fluffs h7 am again fright to left out of sight rook faith have sight f6 a milly in have around freight train light hamper h7 a strike down flopped in

belly foiled front foot first fancy another bite of the cake freer frame in picture vow at back it reinstate sugar field cane bamboo h7 bishop flashy fog-horn finish foot fan take down front flaps f6 flint stone in d3 terrific double break through bishop enough to a gog hoof rough to form an opinion where black went wrong borough to finish ave in flush f6 agile leap at fat chance h7 as brother bind i spot spark flinch fang tooth queen follow in got the knack f6 cannon h7 fodder a toe in poke down if ive this right in d3 ignoble truth baby am h7 route one a pan 13...gxf6 14.Bxh7+ effect heaters shoot up a f1

to suck the blood dry from the pos up have spark effront it fetch in feels and feeds again free lance fester a lunge f6 rook as put in remembers burning effigy h7 rates head in hop scotch h7 a duke steps up erm cant take back h5 in the by lane heeds the word as h7 court a horded approach in elevate g8 hassles hut-off cut down by two swathes am higgedly piggledy bishop arm as hirsute am tailor h7 guild the lily as mind g7 up ply in light upper wary as sever to hunches abound run in to hangers and feed mug to hold line low good as no rag to hush hog ghost a key in duke g7 pour h5 on scorn and prise upon arm h4

to gain a fat heave f6 and rook seem a f6 take down press at all chances a gush to give hunters and hunted gives me the heebee geebees as early as a3 thirteenth up a fob off rook as park the bus in front candy black bags some brief f6 call only to be up routes again f6 let d4 am go buster d8 and alf e7 both sight act d4 like ellucidate drawn over hot coals the kabbalah ley line h5 after glides g7 note dont baulk at shag pile up ride g7 bags a spot in the sun towel f6 thrown in jam d4 keeps to plug arm h4 enter riff i see hogs around a tile show gun i baste again f6 i rade 14...Kg7 15.Qh5 fxg5 16.c3 Nd5 or a chests 16...Nd7 both amount to the same roughly speak

of a handbag 17.h4 Nf6 18.Rxf6 Bxf6 19.hxg5 Bxd4+
bull shine i sacrifice back to gain a foothold

Oct-05-14
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  chrisowen: Again local zip and zag d4 basic cull and sycthe plug to pull h5 nowhere to go again st cast i f6 any glass seal in wax

winks a line f6 take down dipsarch bishop spread prefer to give back tongue

snake material eagle f7 lets fly am search for truth am bottle bog 20.cxd4 Qxd4+ for duty honour in hope the great and god a duke up a g2 aint half bad am f1 also staff fly off the handle both alright to win forge the path indeed rake over hot dead coals am bounty hunter did flake give arm d4 strung up a fish around for ergo a coast dead ducky oh to protocol climb the highest mountain as carry a g7 aint sitting pretty ramble give but it's no sacrifice as we all know ledge off re you came light ride bogged down safari g6 as stoke a fire culpa dids one up eh i 21.Kg2 f6 22.Qh6+ puppy hush am rock over the place horde in hammer centre chase is on to flush him out into hot head h4 as watch over h5 and h6 a bevel oh drome d6 us again ram in a tour as put act i see can f7 survive furnace burns around the fire stoke hinch a lift as computational l0 win from here on in trust a key hffg huffle and shuffle strapped up hog off f7 a good clean finish am

rock see a rib to go 22...Kf7 23.Bg6+
in be proof at stage giveof arm etc all laid down

a bed i gutoff bishop retreat monarchs try to flee give sparse lock eg drink inside rim around e7 rig you're hopeful crums now indeed i wall of guv sound celebrated in forced him out to d6 after glide h6 alter exactly one for cross oh sore point us call a loose duke dances e7 i ment cough up a rook by the looks of it ok in fan dangled glove open inch on durable as ever piggy rates call i wag in banka gg at hoofed go figure at got 23...Ke7 24.Qg7+ am band give spark a glorify oh door it book in if the penny drops black is gonna have to find himself a piece down but carry in on he thinks I'll be the judge of that squawk g7 a parrot flies in for the coup de grace d6 or chest d8 whence gaggles around has as have in blood calls for the cut swathe g7 queen and padre ghosts bishop back door as put in flog a dead donkey a gog goofball waiting for ive cuffed his demise at rise above final good push alarm in row blow him off at dead 24...Kd6 25.Qxf8+ indeed it revver dictum bless a drive at iffy rail as whites la ship it hind maneovre in

stat a g6 ar wind down arc fatefuls again ash vilificated glad pin fancifuls crum under d6 the rug pulley out by his feet f8 in door sets light piece ahead and a gog padre passer vantage white line g5 wobble away in two points up ply

Oct-05-14  RandomVisitor: The improvement attempt 16...Nd7 does not appear to work after 17.h4 Nf6 18.Rxf6 Bxf6 19.Bxg5 Bxg5 (Bxd4+ 20.cxd4 f6 21.Be3) 20.hxg5 f6 21.Re1.
Oct-05-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  agb2002: White has the bishop pair for a bishop, a knight and a pawn.

Black threatens 13... Nxd3 and 13... Qxd4+.

It is not clear whether White can mobilize the remaining forces after the more or less prosaic 13.Nf6+ gxf6 (13... Kh8 14.Nxh7 Nxd3 15.Nxf8 wins the exchange due 16.Qh5+ and mate in two) 14.Bxh7+:

A) 14... Kxh7 15.Qh5+

A.1) 15... Kg8 16.g6 Qxd4+ 17.Rf2 fxg6 18.Qxg6+ Kh8 19.Qh5+ (to control the escape square f7) 19... Kg8 20.Bh6 looks winning due to the threats 21.Qg6+ Kh8 22.Qg7#, 21.c3, etc.

A.2) 15... Kg7 16.Qh6+ Kg8 17.gxf6 Bxf6 (17... Qxd4+ 18.Be3 + -) 18.Rxf6 followed by Rf4 and Rg(h)4.

B) 14... Kg7 15.Qh5

B.1) 15... Rh8 16.Qh6#.

B.2) 15... Qxd4+ 16.Kh2 Bd6+ 17.Kg2 fxg5 18.Bxg5 looks bad for Black.

B.3) 15... fxg5 16.c3 unclear.

C) 14... Kh8 15.Qh5 Qxd4+ 16.Kh1 seems to win (16... Qd5+ 17.Be4+ Kg7(8) 18.Qh7#; 16... Kg7 17.Qh6+ and mate in two).

I'm not sure but I'd play 16.Nf6+ OTB.

Oct-05-14  RandomVisitor: The improvement attempt 16...Nd3?! appears to be refuted by 17.Be3!
Oct-05-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  agb2002: <Jimfromprovidence:>

My first idea was 22.Bf4, trying to divert the black queen, stopping ... Qg4+ and freing the path for the QR, but I not sure whether Black can achieve perpetual.

The bishop is tabu due to 22... Qxf4 23.Qh6+ Kf7 24.g6+ Ke7 25.Qxf4.

Oct-05-14  RandomVisitor: Perhaps best play from the puzzle position is 13.Nxf6+ <Bxf6> 14.Bxh7+ Kxh7 15.Qh5+ Kg8 16.gxf6 Qd5 17.Qh4 Rd8 18.c3 Nd7 19.fxg7 f6 20.cxb4 Kxg7 21.Kh6+ Kf7 22.Qh7+ Ke8 where black has a tough position.
Oct-05-14  oxxo: <chrisowen>

Are you using a random text generator for your posts or is it all just hand crafted gibberish?

Oct-05-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  Tahoe Bill: oxxo.......thank you..........been looking at this mess for too long.........gibberish is simply that, gibberish....I'll bet if he tries to defend this junk he'll also do it in gibberish.........:-)
Oct-05-14  BOSTER: <RV: best play
13.Nf6+ Bxf6 14.Bxh7+ Kxh7 15.Qh5+ Kg8 16.gxf6>

and now
16...Qxd4+
17.Rf2 Nd7 18.c3 Qc5 19.Qxc5 Nxc5 20.cxb4 Ne4 21.Rg2 Nxf6 22.Bh6 g6 23.Bxf8 Kxf8 and game is equal.

Oct-05-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  Jimfromprovidence: <agb2002> <My first idea was 22.Bf4, trying to divert the black queen, stopping ... Qg4+ and freing the path for the QR, but I not sure whether Black can achieve perpetual.

The bishop is tabu due to 22... Qxf4 23.Qh6+ Kf7 24.g6+ Ke7 25.Qxf4.>

OK. That's a good start. Now you (anyone) after 21...f5?! 22 Bf4!? have to respond to both 22...Nd7 and the more onerous looking 22...Qxb2+, below.


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Come to think of it, you also have to explain why can't white ignore 22 Bf4 and just play 22 Qh6+ directly.


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Oct-05-14  karrs: Doesn't 16.Rxf7 win
Oct-05-14  JimNorCal: <oxxo> <TahoeBill>. I'm guessing voice recognition software that is not quite ready for the market. It would be an enormous effort to hand craft those posts.
Oct-05-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  whiteshark: <8.g4! aka <Harakiri variation>>, and highly recommended by Peter Leisebein, the founder and 'soul' of the former Diemer Memorial Club.
Oct-05-14  RandomVisitor: <karrs>After 16.Rxf7 Rxf7 17.Qg6+ Kh8 18.Qxf7 Qxd4+ black can eventually play Nd7 and then Rf8+ when the harassed white king is on the f-file. Black has developed his pieces and will win.
Oct-05-14  BOSTER: 21...f5

Qh6+ Kf7 g6+ Ke8 g7 Qe4 + (Qg4+) Kf2 Qd4+ Be3 Qxb2+ Kf3 and white win.

Oct-05-14  RandomVisitor: Perhaps better is 12...Qb6:


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Rybka 4.1 x64:

[-0.57] d=23 12...Qb6 13.Rd1 Nd7 14.c4 Qxd4+ 15.Nf2 Ne5 16.Bxh7+ Kh8 17.Qh5 Qh4 18.Qxh4 Nf3+ 19.Kf1 Nxh4 20.Be4 Nb6 21.b3 Rad8 22.Bf4 Kg8 23.Ke2 Nf5 24.Bxf5 exf5 25.Kf3 g6 26.h4 f6 27.Re1 Rd7

Oct-07-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  agb2002: <Jimfromprovidence: ...

OK. That's a good start. Now you (anyone) after 21...f5?! 22 Bf4!? have to respond to both 22...Nd7 and the more onerous looking 22...Qxb2+, below.>

In the case of 22... Nd7 23.Rd1 looks crushing

A) 23... Qxd1 24.Qxd1 Kxh7 25.Qxd7+ wins.

B) 23... Qxb2+ 24.Rd2 Qxd2+ (else 25.Rxd7+) 25.Bxd2 with a more or less balanced material but keeping a winning attack.

In the case of 22... Qxb2+ 23.Kg3

A) 23... Qxa1 24.Qh6+ Kf7 25.Bg6+ Ke7 26.Qh7+ and mate soon.

B) 23... Nd7 24.Rd1 Qc3+ 25.Kh4 Rfd8 26.Qh6+ and mate soon.

C) 23... e5 24.Qh6+ Kf7 25.Qf6+ Ke8 26.Qe6+ Kd8 27.Rd1+ Kc7 28.Bxe5+ wins the queen.

<Come to think of it, you also have to explain why can't white ignore 22 Bf4 and just play 22 Qh6+ directly.>

Actually, I think 22.Qh6+ also wins by pushing the g-pawn, 22... Kf7 23.g6+:

A) 23... Ke7 24.Bg5+ Kd7 25.Rd1 Qxd1 26.Qg7+ wins the rook with check and eventually leaves Black defenseless against the promotion of the g-pawn.

B) 23... Ke8 24.g7 looks bad for Black. For example, Qe4+ 25.Kf2 Nd7 26.gxf8=Q+ Nxf8 27.Bg6+ Nxg6 28.Qxg6+ Kd7 29.Qh7+ Kd6 30.Be3 and the black king seems to be in a mating net.

Oct-07-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  Jimfromprovidence: <agb2002> <Actually, I think 22.Qh6+ also wins by pushing the g-pawn, 22... Kf7 23.g6+:

A) 23... Ke7 24.Bg5+ Kd7 25.Rd1 Qxd1 26.Qg7+ wins the rook with check and eventually leaves Black defenseless against the promotion of the g-pawn.>

I completely missed 24 Bg5+ in this line. I thought that the position was a dead draw. Like you said, you end up with something like this with black to move.


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That is one great line.

Oct-18-14
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  thegoodanarchist: <Penguincw: < thegoodanarchist: Were all the puzzles this week from 2004? >

Haha! Good one, but not quite. However, they were from rather 1954, 1984, 2004 or 2014. See the trend?>

Thanks for the link!

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