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Raimondas Narmontas vs Gintautas Petraitis
Panevezys op-A (2009), rd 4, Aug-19
Vienna Game: Vienna Gambit. Hamppe-Muzio Gambit (C25)  ·  1-0

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Mar-26-13  Abdel Irada: <al wazir: I preferred 12. Bg5.>

That is another winning line, and although less forcing, at least equally good. In fact, my computer* likes it better than the text.

A plausible continuation: 12. ...Be6 13. Bxd8, Be3 14. Kh1, Rxd8 15. Qh4 . Black has three pieces for the queen, but will lose either rook or bishop.

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*Take /cum oceano salis/. My computer also thinks my rating is 2835.

Mar-26-13  mistreaver: Tuesday.White to play.Easy.12?
I want to play:
12 Be5+
A) 12... Nf6
13 Bxf6+ Qxf6
14 Rxf6 Kxf6
15 Qxh6+ and white should win
B) 12... dxe5
13 Rf7 mate, or, 13 Qf7 mate
Time to check.
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Yep. 1/1
Mar-26-13  zb2cr: White can win decisive material with 12. Be5+. Black has several choices:

a. 12. ... dxe5?; 13. Qf7# (a swallow-tail mate pattern).

b. 12. ... Nf6; 13. Bxf6+, Qxf6; 14. Rxf6, Kxf6; 15. Qxh6+ and White is up by Q+P vs. R+B and has prospects of winning the Black Rook on h8.

b. 12. ... Qf6; 13. Bxf6+, Nxf6; 14. Rxf6 transposing into variation (a).

Mar-26-13  David2009: R Narmontas vs G Petraitis, 2009 White 12?

White is down a piece for a pawn. Try 12.Bg5 threatening Rf7#. 12...Qd7 fails to 13.Bxh6+ Nxh6 Qg5#, so Black must give up his Q to struggle on. Time to check:
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The game ended differently: have I blown it? Puzzle position


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The resourceful robot defends tenaciously in both variations. In theory both lines win but in practice it isn't so easy. Have fun trying to complete the win - and 'chapeau' if you find it without computer assistance. Please feel free to post the win with either line.

Mar-26-13  avidfan: <mistreaver>


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15...Ke5 16.Qg7+ Kf4 17.Qg3#

15...Ke7 16.Nd5+ Kf7 17.Qf6+ (Ke8 18.Qe7#) Kg8 17.Ne7#

15...Kd8 16.Qf6 threatens 17.Qe7 mate as well as R/h8.

15...Kd7 16.Qg7+ Kc6 17.Ne7+ Kd7 18.Nxc8+ wins another piece) Kc6 (not Ke6 19.Qe7#) 19.Qxh8 wins

Mar-26-13  avidfan: Correction: Third line should be 16...Kd8 17.Qf6.... after 16.Nd5+.
Mar-26-13
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Mar-26-13
Premium Chessgames Member
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Mar-26-13  ChessGeezer: Is there anything wrong with 12. Bxh6+? I think black's only response is Nxh6, which is followed by Qf7#. That seems easier/faster. I must be missing something.
Mar-26-13  ChessGeezer: Duh. Never mind. Nxf7...
Mar-26-13
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  kevin86: The bishop in moved to clear the alley for the mate. Bh6+ doesn't work as the knight can guard the crucial f7 square and vacate the g8 square
Mar-26-13  MountainMatt: 12. Be5+! and it's time for black to resign, though he didn't...and now, playing through the game, I think I see why he didn't. There is no way white should have gotten away with winning off those two sacs (moves 6 & 8). Infuriating! If I had been playing black, at the moment of checkmate I would have punched Mr. Narmontas in the face. Yes, I have issues.
Mar-26-13  HowDoesTheHorsieMove: Blech!

Missed it. I though after Be5 that dxe5 was the only possible response, but I totally missed Nf6. The result may be the same, but I didn't see it.

Mar-26-13  YouRang: The bio on the player page for Gintautas Petraitis (black) just says: <He is a GMC.>

What's a GMC?

Mar-26-13  Alex56171: I missed this. I thought 12.Bxh6+ Nxh6 13.Qf7 was mate. I have not seen 13... Nxf7. What a chump!
Mar-26-13
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  perfidious: <YouRang> Grandmaster of correspondence chess.
Mar-26-13  David2009: R Narmontas vs G Petraitis, 2009 postscript: I have now answered my own question and have beaten Crafty End Game Trainer without the aid of a computer - but with a lot of trial and error. From the puzzle position, here's my winning line: 12.Bg5 Bf5 13.Bxd8 Rxd8 14.Rxf5 Be3+ 15.Kf1 Nxf5 16.exf5 Nf6 17.Qf3 Rhe8 18.Nd5 Nxd5 19.Qxd5 Re5 20.Qd3 Rxf5+ 21.Qxf5 Rf8 22.Qxf8+ Kxf8 23.Ke2 Bd4 24.c3 Bf6 to reach


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and at last we have a straightforward ending. Even so, I only drew it on my first attempt.

The link to Crafty EGT puzzle position was given in my earlier post (R Narmontas vs G Petraitis, 2009): here's a further link to the ending reachable at move 24: http://www.chessvideos.tv/endgame-t.... Enjoy practicing your winning technique! I intend to post the further solution in my forum in due course, because I learnt something from finding the winning line. Once I found it I asked myself, what took me so long?

I leave it to the interested reader to find the win with the game line 12.Be5+ using the first Crafty EGT link.

Mar-26-13  YouRang: <perfidious> Thank you. :-)

So perhaps this was a grandmaster correspondence game? Stepping right into mate on move 13 is not what you would expect of a correspondence GM.

Mar-26-13  David2009: R Narmontas vs G Petraitis, 2009 second postscript: The fastest win against Crafty End Game Trainer that I have found starts with the game line 12.Be5+ and continues 12...Nf6 13.Rxf6 Be3+ 14.Kh1 Qxf6 15.Bxf6+ Kxf6 16.Nd5+ Kg7 17.Nxe3 Rf8 18.Qg5+ Kh8 19.Rf1 Rxf1+ 20.Nxf1 Bd7 21.Qf6+ Kg8 22.Qxd4 and I can safely resign this position on the EGT's behalf. So 12.Bg5+ seems to be the harder route to victory.
Mar-26-13
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  Eggman: A few here seem to have missed that after 12.Be5+ Nf6 13.Bxf6+ Qxf6 14.Rxf6 Black has 14...Be3+. Nevertheless after 15.Kh1 Kxf6 16.Nd5+ White gets queen and pawn vs rook and bishop, which should win.
Mar-26-13  snakebyt: I fell for the Bxh6 trap too. I'll take my time, next time.
Mar-26-13  Patriot: This took me too long. I looked at 12.Bxh6+ and 12.Be5+.

12.Bxh6+ Nxh6 and white doesn't seem to have a good way to proceed.

12.Be5+ dxe5 (12...Nf6 13.Bxf6+ ) 13.Qxe5+ Nf6

So then I finally looked at 12.Be5+ dxe5 13.Qf7# - easy enough. I just didn't see it right away.

Mar-26-13  James D Flynn: White has sacrificed B and N for a pawn and a strong attack on the Black K, he must now mate or win a lot of material. If the B on f4 were not there White would Mate with Qf7# the win therefore requires a B move with either check or gain of at least a R. 12.Be5+ Nf6 13.Bxf6+ Qxf6 14.Rxf6 Kxf6 15.Qxh6+( White has won Q and B for a R, and has Q and pawn for R and N plus continuing attack.) Kf7 (if Ke7 16.Qg7 wins at least a R) 16.Rf1+ Ke8 17.Qg7 now the R on h8 is lost and White has Q and pawn for a B with continuing attack.
Mar-26-13  BOSTER: <YouRang> <Stepping right into mate on move 13 is not what you would expect of a CC.GM>. But, from other side of this event, it gives the possibility to be invited in <CG> DB club. Not too many have such pleasure to be choosen.
Mar-27-13  stst: 12.Be5+
IF (A).. Nf6, 13.BxN+ QxB, 14.RxQ KxR, 15.Rf1+ Ke6, 16.Qf7+ Ke5, 17.Qf6# IF (B).. PxB, 13.Qf7#

Both initial BxB+ or QxB+ won't work as NxB or NxQ annihilates the attack.

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