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Roman Dzindzichashvili vs Vladimir B Tukmakov
"Dzindzivitis" (game of the day Jun-14-2014)
USSR Championship (1971), Leningrad URS, rd 8, Sep-25
Trompowsky Attack: General (A45)  ·  1-0



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Nov-06-05  dakgootje: < I was wondering if it was Monday in the US as it was almost Monday here> Thats why im so happy and sure that the world wont be destroyed, devasted, being attacked by Mars-peeps or whatever TODAY, because its already tomorrow at your place...:D And it wont happen tomorrow either because i think then the same thing...
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  James Demery: I wonder how old Roman was before he learned how to spell his last name?
Nov-06-05  BadTemper: Im starting to hope that all of you who type the same thing about how THEY saw the move etc etc over and over are all under 13 years old. Otherwise.. Please stop posting that you solved it. WHO CARES?!? Post a line that you thought about or something, but please enough is enough.
Nov-06-05  dakgootje: <James Demery> hes still trying but he keeps making mistakes ;-)
Nov-06-05  CapablancaFan: ...42.Kxc5 43. b4+! 43....Kc4 44. Qa6+! and the black queen comes off the board white's next move.
Nov-06-05  dakgootje: ....yes we know that....Whats exactly the new part?
Nov-06-05  Georgie Dubb: <Saruman: Easier than yesterday.> I agree (half private joke).
Nov-06-05  Mountainman1: It was very easy today. I am not very keen on these puzzles, but I asume this was one of the easiest so far.
Nov-06-05  DoctorChess: Very noticeable. Easy puzzle. Easy win. Move 38.?
Nov-06-05  TopaLove: I have already watched some DVD´s of Dzindzichashvili. They are really good...
Nov-06-05  sharpnova: <Professeur Y> who cares who got it or who thinks or says they got it and if they are right or not? you just spent a paragraph rambling on about it.. you must have some serious issues..
Nov-06-05  Skylark: I had 42. Qd6+

42. Qd6+ Kb5
43. a4+ Kc4
(not 43. ... Ka5??
44. b4 Rxb4
45. cxb4#)
44. Nxb7

In view of the variation 42. Qxb7+!, I would have to say this variation is inferior. Winning a Queen for a rook and a bunch of pawns is better than winning a piece and a bunch of pawns (the rook on f4, unless I'm mistaken, can't be protected without allowing mate).

Nov-06-05  Professeur Y: <sharpnova> I certainly don't care who got it and who didn't; that was not my point. You're the one with the "issues" it seems; the first one being you should learn to read.
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  Richard Taylor: When we type "I got it!" its not a boast exactly -it's a natural reaction of pleasure -very human thing -of course we know no one really cares but it gives us/me a buzz to say I solve a problem - and I always point out my errors if I missed a defence -that helps me to learn - the fact that no one cares a toss if I solve it or not doesn't stop me saying: " I solved it! (if I do)" ...
Nov-06-05  JeffCaruso: Hey guys, ease up! For some posters, getting a Sunday puzzle is a special event--why not let them express their pleasure at it? Although like <BadTemper> I too prefer it if they also include a line or two. I also like it when people post near-misses that they also considered; it's interesting to see people's thought process.
Nov-06-05  franksp: Is 14...K-f8 better than 14...O-O ?
Nov-06-05  EmperorAtahualpa: Wow, I got almost of all of this puzzle actually! This has got to be my best result for Sunday puzzles so far....I got the first 4 moves, so I only missed <42.Qxb7+>, which is a great move by the way..
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  kevin86: I got ninety percent of this one! I missed the elegant final move,leading to mate by queen and three of her loyal subjects (pawns) A great finish!!!
Apr-02-09  obender71: Trompovski in 1971! Dzindzichashvili was always ahead.
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  FSR: Dzindzivitis.
Jun-14-14  Hiko Seijuro: That was amazing, I didn't notice that move until he did it haha.
Jun-14-14  Ratt Boy: <franksp> My question exactry. I haven't been able to figure out why he did that. Doesn't really seem very important to keep the R on the h-file.
Jun-14-14  morfishine: I don't see the mate by the Queen & 3-pawns; but I do see Black's Queen is lost after 42...Kxc5 43.b4+ Kc4 44.Qa6+ Kb3 45.Qxe2


Jun-14-14  morfishine: Let me try to decipher this pun: Tukmakov's limited opening knowledge means he suffered from "Bad Breadth"

Hope I didn't gum up the works with that one


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  kevin86: It is funny how those Eastern European names could show up on an eye chart or spelling bee. A good game and king chase.
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