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Matt J Parry vs Luka Paichadze
Open 18-wycc (2008), Vung Tau city, rd 2, Oct-21
Nimzowitsch Defense: Williams Variation (B00)  ·  1-0



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  Sargon: Sorry gentlemen I forgot to change the puzzles last night. Corrected now...
Oct-22-18  BOSTER: Rook Rxf7 Kxf7 Ne5+
Oct-22-18  swclark25: <Sargon> thanks for the puzzle. Got it!
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  agb2002: White has a knight for two pawns.

Black threatens Rxg5+ and Qxd3.

The position of the knight allows 39.Rxf7+ Kxf7 (else Qxg6 wins) 40.Ne5+ Ke6 41.Nxg6 and White should win.

Oct-22-18  Duracell: <Sargon> Very nice nickname, reminds me of the C64 software...
Oct-22-18  BOSTER: What is interesting that if in this pos black didn't have a6,d5 and f5 pawns, after 39.Rxf7 Kh8 40. Qxg6 Qxf2+ the game'd be draw.
Oct-22-18  TheaN: Monday 22 October 2018 redux


Time control combo! After <39.Rxf7+ Kxf7 40.Ne5+ Ke6 41.Nxg6 +-> White <should> win but there are some pitfalls. It solves the Monday puzzle, but I'd be inclined to say Black could continue.

Oct-22-18  LewisKing: Yes, after 41. Nxg6, Qxc5 picks up a pawn for black and defends against the mate threat on e7. Does white have a win before black's connected passed pawns can assert themselves? Not so sure. Seems well worth playing on for Black.
Oct-22-18  BwanaVa: Black should continue, but after 41 Nxg6 Qxc5 42. Nf4+ I think White is going land some punches and I don't know that Black gets those pawns moving.
Oct-22-18  zb2cr: Looks like 39. Rxf7+ sets up a fork after 39. ... Kxf7; 40. Ne5+, Ke6; 41. Nxg6, Qxc5; 42. Nf4+, Kd6; 43. Qxf5 White is ahead by N vs. 1P.
Oct-22-18  NBZ: <zb2cr>'s line looks very strong for White. It's one of those positions where the knight is probably stronger than 3P because of how well it combines with the queen against the weak black king (though Black can try to hide his king in the q-side).

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