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Anna-Maja Kazarian vs Elizabete Limanovska
European Individual Championship (Women) (2017), Riga, Latvia, rd 2, Apr-12
Sicilian Defense: Scheveningen. Classical Variation (B84)  ·  1-0
ANALYSIS [x]

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Sep-13-17
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  Phony Benoni: Queen aimed at h7, Knight on f5, rook ready to swing over -- looking at the queen sac is automatic:

<32.Qxh7+ Khx7 33.Rh3+ Kg6 34.Rh6+ Kg5 35.h4+ Kg4 36.Ne3+ Kg3 37.Rf3#>

Sep-13-17
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  FSR: 32.Qxh7+ Kxh7 33.Rh3+ Kg6 34.Rh6+ Kg5 35.h4+ Kg4 36.Ne3+ Kg3 37.Rf3#
Sep-13-17
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  ChessHigherCat: Queen sac Wednesday, with a Kamikaze king-walk theme:

32. Qxh7+ Kxh7 33. Rh3+ Kg6 34. Rh6+ Kg5 35. h4+ Kg4 36. Ne3+ Kg3 37. Rf3#

The first moves are all pretty obvious checks. It took me a while to see 36. Ne3+ but it is "only moof" because any non-check would allow the counter-sacrifice QxN.

Sep-13-17
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  ChessHigherCat: Pay no attention to the men in the little boxes above mine, which is the only real, bona fide version!
Sep-13-17  stst: It's an intimate body-massage, or, a zig-zag "Wing-Chuan":

32.QxP+ KxQ
33.Rh3+ Kg6
34.Rh6+ Kg5
35.h4+ Kg4
36.Ne3+ Kg3
37.Rf3#

The monarch is forced, one step per move, until stopped by all nails around him.

Sep-13-17  saturn2: After Qh7 the king is chased to death.
Sep-13-17
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  jith1207: Wednesday = Monday + Tuesday.
Sep-13-17  AlicesKnight: 32.Qxh7+ leads to a forced one-way mate (.... Kxh7; 33.Rh3+ Kg6; 35.Rh6+ etc). Not uncommon;


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shows a very similar pattern by Spielmann (v. our friend NN in 1913)

Sep-13-17  latebishop: I believe these kind of mates used to be called corkscrew mates which I think is apt.
Sep-13-17  groog: Seems more like a Tuesday puzzle.
Sep-13-17  leRevenant: <stst:
The monarch is forced, one step per move, until stopped by all nails around him.>
... out of breath n coffin his lungs out.
Sep-13-17
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  malt: < ChessHigerCat Queen sac Wednesday >

32.Q:h7+ K:h7 33.Rh3+ Kg6 34.Rh6+ Kg5
35.h4+ Kg4 "Come into my parlour"
36.Ne3+ Kg3 37.Rf3#

Sep-13-17  ozmikey: These "single-line" puzzles are usually fairly straightforward.
Sep-13-17
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  diagonalley: easy (practically plays itself!) ... but very pleasing
Sep-13-17
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  morfishine: <32.Qxh7+> starts the march of death

*****

Sep-13-17  ndg2: Dead man walking, starting with 32.Qxh7+
Sep-13-17
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  gawain: I love <ndg2>'s comment: <Dead man walking.> Perfect.

Too bad Black, having played along so far, did not gallantly play just one more move to allow the mate to appear on the board.

Sep-13-17  alphee: Those queen sacrifices are always very nice ....
Sep-13-17
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  ChatGrognon: Can Black avoid checkmate after Rh3?
Sep-13-17
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  kevin86: mate comes next move.
Sep-13-17
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  kevin86: a queen sac sets it off.
Sep-13-17
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  chrisowen: Chad punch in train children be fares q h7s harangue key i cincher bag he 32.Qxh7+ hangtens key then bud mate 6 ave brash vam bet h7s hatchets lag h3s hack a g6s gangway length h6s huffles lags g5s grands vam bet h4s hents lag g4s gangs bad eggers 36.Ne3+ add eggs chap bud mate 1 ave children be fares q h7s harangue quick wept vow mint pint mag in lug o v its hour tic v its hot u c rig hive vents chortle uniform chi tour vow rout chit our hive vent rico viva hut uric tho hot court hi viva tic uh key or a curt oh i cut rho i h7s harangue viva mins key o back children be fares train death dab baffle far key then bar bad cad fares q h7s harangue bare are res quick weak wept vow team min mint gin mig niggle lug in o v its hour tic wept vis key oh 32.Qxh7+ hangtens key then bud mate 6 ave brash vam betcha habernero gang hall hell help beach whelk walsh q h7s harangue heffalug hatchets hadeshmm hallways happyegg hatevers flash flesh gang ganesh ganache fang fag heffa hang bags bind gab bangs black back beck and call gab a 31...Rg6 do fem gangegg 4 5 able have then dag a;

31...Nd7 dom fem danglers bud mate 6 ave
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Sep-13-17  stacase: Black's King was frog walked h7, g6, g5, g4, <mate>
Sep-13-17  Walter Glattke: White also wins with 32.Rh3 Rg7
(or 32.-Rxg2+ / 32.-Qxf5) 33.Nxg7 Kxg7
34.Qh6+ Kg8 35.Rg3+ Qg4 36.Rxg4+ Kh8
37.Qg7# mate in move 37, too.
Sep-13-17
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  DarthStapler: Got it
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