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SirChrislov
Member since Jul-05-06 · Last seen Jan-31-18
Chess puzzle known as PUPPIES ON ACID


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WHITE PLAYS & MATES IN 6.

Composed by my 18-yr-old nephew Danny J.
Danny (aka DJ) has never competed in a rated tournament game. He isn't even a USCF member. He rarely plays chess against anyone other than me. His interest is strictly in the chess/AI related field and in puzzles. He takes enjoyment in defending difficult positions that seem resignable.

DJ admits he did not invent the entire solution for Puppies on Acid. Credit goes to Stockfish8 for finding white's brilliant fourth move. 1.Ng4+ Kg6 2.e8Q+ Kf5 3.Qxh5+ Kf4 4.Qe5+!! Kxg4 5.Qxg2+ Kxh4 6.Q5xh2#.

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   SirChrislov has kibitzed 817 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-28-17 AlphaZero vs Stockfish, 2017 (replies)
 
SirChrislov: It really downgrades the public's view of the match once you have knowledge of the fairness and connect it. A 10-pack of entertaining BS is what my mind made up of it.
 
   Dec-23-17 AlphaZero - Stockfish (2017) (replies)
 
SirChrislov: I mean to say balanced & equally matched from the beginning, For a proper match. Out of book from move 1, is good since the strength of A Zero is unknown and no games on record. So we see the openings that set the table was from creative side of engines and not reached from a ...
 
   Nov-09-14 Carlsen vs Anand, 2014 (replies)
 
SirChrislov: It's 1:00am out out here here in Cali Cali. Goin to get 3 hrs sleep b4 I get up to see this. Goodnite.
 
   Sep-08-14 Eduard Gufeld (replies)
 
SirChrislov: This month marks 12 years since his passing. He would be 78 years young. His games are his monument. And his big heart. One of my recent tournament games, dedicated to my coach/trainer, GM Gufeld SirChrislov vs. Tomer, Whittier CA, 2014 1.d4 f5 2.e4 d6 3.nc3 nc6 4.Bc4 Nf6 5.f3 ...
 
   May-22-14 Lasker vs Capablanca, 1914 (replies)
 
SirChrislov: From the <Sally S> link: One day Giuoco sprang his opening on Bernardo and won a brilliant game “That was quite a game.” said Bernardo and so the name ‘The Quiet Game’ stuck. Ha! Soooo untrue but very very funny. I much doubt they spoke to each other in English while ...
 
   May-13-14 Tal vs Gufeld, 1968 (replies)
 
SirChrislov: Here Gufeld's doom was perhaps his insistence on harassing the bishop with 11...h5(?), I understand his desire of the bishop-pair advantage and he gets it but at too high a cost. So ...h4 was most probably inaccurate (but he was sometimes a hard-headed man. I knew him briefly.) ...
 
   Mar-23-13 G Idigoras vs Panno, 1955 (replies)
 
SirChrislov: <23.Nxg6!!> Annotators of the 50's were baffled by this move. Its strength did not lie in forcing variations leading to mate or material gain but rather a calmly increasing attack. 37...Bg7 allowed a quick finish. Perhaps more appropriate was 37...Qc5+ 38.Kf1! (not Kh1,
 
   Feb-28-13 Estrin vs Berliner, 1965 (replies)
 
SirChrislov: Tim Harding analyzes this game in great detail in <64 Great Chess Games: Instructive Classics from the World of Correspondence Chess> It is a masterpiece in terms of precision, Makes the immortal game look like child's play. But to understand it fully you must go through ...
 
   Feb-28-13 Kasparov vs Anand, 1995 (replies)
 
SirChrislov: Daylight come and viswana go home...
 
   Feb-27-13 Capablanca vs Janowski, 1911 (replies)
 
SirChrislov: <Ghengis Pawn II: 53. BxP Q-K8 ch?? A mistake which affected the destinies of three great chess masters. It was a tragedy in Janowski's life that he did not bring this brilliant game to a fitting conclusion with Q-R8 ch, followed by N x B and Q-N7. Capablanca won the ...
 
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