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|Mar-08-11|| ||stst: That's the first move I saw, not much Bk can do, nor, as one says, view it as a gym, today's a very light exercise, not much we extract from it.|
Since W's Q-B pair is already in a mating position, W's N cannot be taken either, otherwise QxR mate.
Maybe it's some fun we can muse ourselves--that Karjakin (among the top 10) allowed such a position (blitz though) in such an early stage, and the opponent is not too well-known (doubt if he's in the top 20 / 30 Elo list.)
Guess the editor wishes to give some candies occasionally (it's only Tuesday!)
|Mar-08-11|| ||BOSTER: Reading many comments in this site you can create the image that chess is collection of many simple rules. But if one from the top players in the world lost the game after 8 moves (even in blitz), maybe chess has something more then such "collection".|
|Mar-08-11|| ||YouRang: It doesn't pay to be lazy. :-(
After a quick glance I settled on 8.Bxe7, without giving serious considerations to other black options besides 8...Qxe7?
8...Bxf2+ -- Doh!
|Mar-08-11|| ||Akavall: I saw the right idea, but I missed 8...0-0.
I was taught [incorrectly] that one can't castle if the King or a Rook is under attack, and I played for a while thinking this was the rule. Until one day I was play a program, and it "cheated" by castling while I was attacking it rook. Perhaps this misconception still haunts me to this day.
|Mar-08-11|| ||patzer2: The threat of mate enables White to win decisive material with 8. Qxd4!, which solves today's Tuesday puzzle.|
|Mar-08-11|| ||MountainMatt: Missed it, but I don't feel too bad. Karjakin missed it too.|
|Mar-08-11|| ||WhiteRook48: ah, of course I played 8 Qxd4|
|Mar-08-11|| ||redorc19: this is similar to the trap in the famous morphy vs. andersson game... the knight on f6 and the bishop on h6 delivering mate is very artistic.|
|Mar-08-11|| ||fm avari viraf: I keep teaching such traps to my students but how come a young GM Karjakin could fall a victim to the kenspeckle 8.Qxd4! & the Black King is in shambles.|
|Mar-08-11|| ||Penguincw: A nice opening trap by Andreikin.|
|Mar-08-11|| ||Penguincw: < Marmot PFL: It had to be blitz (or blindfold) for Karjakin to lose like that. > It was blitz.|
|Mar-08-11|| ||swr: Andreikin discovered a nice trap originally played in 1928: Muller vs NN, 1928|
|Mar-08-11|| ||stefanoleccardi: I got it ! Qxd4 is not so difficult, the king has no escape case !|
|Mar-08-11|| ||gawain: It is astonishing that this should happen to a GM. Even in a blitz game. Wow.|
For the record, I did get this one--unlike yesterday's. The most spectacular available move turns out to be the right move, and it remained only to work out the consequences.
|Mar-08-11|| ||Dr. J: Even earlier: B Blumenfeld vs NN, 1903. Is there earlier still?|
|Mar-08-11|| ||Patriot: <<fm avari viraf>: I keep teaching such traps to my students but how come a young GM Karjakin could fall a victim to the kenspeckle 8.Qxd4! & the Black King is in shambles.>|
How could Kramnik miss a mate in one? Simple...Even the top players are only human.
<<BOSTER>: Reading many comments in this site you can create the image that chess is collection of many simple rules. But if one from the top players in the world lost the game after 8 moves (even in blitz), maybe chess has something more then such "collection".>
Yep...it's called being human. But that doesn't detract from the need to have principles/techniques/methods in chess. Top players use them but they still have bad days.
|Mar-08-11|| ||TuxedoKnight: this is almost as awesome as
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|Mar-08-11|| ||wals: Went for the wrong move, 8.Bxe7.
Black moved the wrong knight to e7.
Rybka 4 x 64 d 18 : 3 min :
6...Nge7, +1.14, blunder.
1. = (-0.21): 6...Nce7 7.Nxd4 h6 8.Bf4 Nxd5 9.cxd5 c6 10.Qd2 Nf6 11.Qe3+ Kf8 12.dxc6 dxc6 13.0-0-0 Nd5 14.Qa3+ Kg8 15.Bd6 Qf6 16.e4 Qxf2 17.Nc2 Nf6 18.Rd4 Ng4 19.Rd2 Qb6 20.Bc5 Qc7
2. = (0.20): 6...f6 7.Bf4 d6 8.Nxd4 Nxd4 9.Qxd4 Ne7 10.Rd1 0-0 11.c5 Nc6 12.Qc3 Re8 13.h4 Be6 14.h5 g5 15.h6 Bh8 16.Qg3 Bxd5 17.Rxd5 Nb4 18.Rd2 Re4 19.e3
|Dec-19-18|| ||OrangeTulip: This is also starring in one of the 2 dvdís by Simon Williams on the English. To be advised for positional players who like a setup with c4, Pc3, and g3.|
|Dec-19-18|| ||HeMateMe: I like the pun, terrific imagination.|
|Dec-19-18|| ||thegoodanarchist: Today's pun is based on the title of a movie that won an Oscar for Best Picture.|
And it was possibly the most boring "Best Picture" winner in the history of the Academy Awards.
|Dec-19-18|| ||HeMateMe: it was a complete snooze. I sat through the movie and still don't know what it was about.|
|Dec-19-18|| ||offramp: Well done User: chessbug, today your pun has been chosen.|
Yesterday the GotD pun was supplied by User: chessbug2. No relation, I hope!
<Chessbug2> kibited 8 times to chessgames.com, since 2013.
You, User: chessbug, have kibitzed 12 times in your 12 years as a member.
Keep up the good work!
|Dec-21-18|| ||FSR: <thegoodanarchist> <HeMateMe> Totally agree with your assessments of the movie. Painfully boring. I fell asleep at it, which was much better than watching the thing.|
|Oct-26-19|| ||sea7kenp: All the way from Move 8, White's been yelling at Black: "TAKE MY QUEEN!" But Black chose to lose at his own pace.|
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