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Tegshsuren Enkhbat vs Yury Markovich Shulman
"Teg of War" (game of the day Jan-27-2005)
Foxwoods op (2002), Connecticut, rd 6, Mar-28
King's Indian Defense: Orthodox Variation. Gligoric-Taimanov System (E92)  ·  1-0

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Jan-27-05  isolatedpawn: What happens after Balck plays 44...Nd3+? White has to take the Knight with 45.Bxd3 and then 45...Rxg4. Will it still be Mate. I am at a total loss, just can't get my thoughts around... Can someone please enlighten me?
Jan-27-05  Shams: <isolated pawn> still a simple win for white:

44...Nd3+
45. Bxd3 Rxg4
46. Nf2+ Kh4
47. Nxg4 Bxg4
48. Bf5

Jan-27-05  Catfriend: It's absoultely magic! I'm in love with this magnificent tactic-ful game!
Jan-27-05  dac1990: This has to be the best mate in 19 I've ever seen. Hell, it's the only mate in 19 I've ever seen.
Jan-27-05  GreenDayGuy: This was an absolutely beeautiful game.
Jan-27-05  JohnBoy: <GreenDay> - I completely disagree. The mate was lots of fun, but black played like Hellen Keller in a china shop to get into that mess.
Jan-27-05  Dillinger: <kevin86> Ok, you make a pun out of Enkhbat Tegshsuren. I think it's a challenge for which the English language is ill-equipped.
Jan-27-05  euripides: I suppose you could say Black didn't think 'bout tak'ng 'surance for his King side - no give it up euripides.
Jan-27-05  JohnBoy: <Dillinger> - "Enkhbat Tested" (think "inkblot")
Jan-27-05
Premium Chessgames Member
  tamar: Enkh -A Dink -Doo, A dink -a dee, A dink -a doo.

Oh, what a tune for crooning

Enkh -A Dink -Doo, A dink a dee, A dink -a doo,

It's got the whole world spooning.

Es -ki -mo bells up in Iceland, Are ringing,

They've made their own Paradise Land, Singing

Enkh -A Dink -Doo, A dink -a dee, A dink -a doo,

Simply means Enkh -A dink -A dee A dink -a doo.

Jan-27-05  RobertJamesFischer: Wouldn't 29.Rh1+ Kg3 30.Qc3+ Qe3 31.Nf1+ be faster?
Jan-27-05
Premium Chessgames Member
  tpstar: <tamar> That was a huge hit for the Enk Spots, but we're more familiar with the new age remake by John Tegsh.
Jan-27-05  azaris: <RobertJamesFischer> Nf1 is pinned.
Jan-27-05
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  tamar: <tpstar> Enkh Misbehavin'--Fats Waller's version is very catchy too. (Hope John Tegsh keeps his New Age mitts off this one)

"No one to talk with, all by myself
No one to walk with, but I'm happy on the shelf
Enkh Misbehavin',Tegs assurin' mate in 19 for you!"

Jan-27-05  Dillinger: I stand corrected.
Jan-27-05  aw1988: LOL, this is the funniest game.
Jan-27-05  iron maiden: Pretty unique, but 25. Rh7+ is a mate in 17, not 19 (29-30 are repeat moves).
Jan-28-05  GreenDayGuy: <JohnBoy> LOL. Very funny connection.
Jan-29-05
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  patzer2: White's 20. e5! proves to be a very effective positional clearance move. Of course Black dare not play 20... fxg3??, which allows 21. Qxg6+ Kh8 22. Rxh6+ Nxh6 23. Qxh6+ Kg8 24. Qg6+ Kh8 25. Rh1#.
Jan-29-05
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  patzer2: White's 24. Bxg5!? Bxg5 25. Rh7+!! sets up a beautiful pursuit (i.e. king hunt) mating combination.
Apr-30-07  BadTemper: Sorry guys, 27. Rh1+ is mate in 5

27. Qh7+?! was mate in 12 but.......

Apr-30-07  BadTemper: Hah! Fritz finds mate in 11 after 27. Qh7+
Apr-30-07  BadTemper: also 26...Kg7 is completely won for white, but there is no forced mate.
May-20-09  WhiteRook48: nice king hunt
Nov-10-17  chessperson2222222: Enkhbat's immortal game?
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