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Alexandr Hilario Takeda dos Santos Fier vs Robert Aloma Vidal
Chess Olympiad (2018), Batumi GEO, rd 2, Sep-25
Reti Opening: Reti Gambit (A09)  ·  1-0

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Feb-07-20
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  agb2002: Level 2.5: 15.?
Lasker vs K A Walbrodt, 1895


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Feb-07-20  Cheapo by the Dozen: Ack. I got my timing wrong and didn't realize the ... Rh6 interposition would always be tried at a time Black's king was at h8, and hence fail due to the pin on the g7 pawn.
Feb-07-20  Abdunnaser: This is a Monday buzzle
Feb-07-20  kungfufighter888: the solution to this puzzle is to bring the white queen to h7 to checkmate the black king.
Feb-07-20  BLB3: My name is Alexandr Hilario Takeda dos Santos Fier you killed my rook -and then my other rook- Prepare to die!
Feb-07-20  Vermit: A good exercise in visualisation. Took me about 30 seconds to spot it.
Feb-07-20  Jambow: For whatever reason saw the R+,R+,Q# in about ten seconds maybe blitz is paying off...
Feb-07-20
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  thegoodanarchist: Potential Game of the Day title:

"Gore Vidal"

Feb-07-20
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  chrisowen: Bungoff keinlog rh8long haranguey keinlog keyslog jasthas rebindy rebudum remater rekeyer keinlog 5 it ok koinlog keinlog corekey bungoff keinlog yeplong ridjitz vastons keinlog keenfin ubergot keswick rechain tallwin muddyon flipdiz it's vastons keinlog grubber keucoon wallmud flippys keinlog puffdiz it's vastons rh8long haranguey keinlog keswick corekey jasthas rejoshy hohlink keinlog forthin keinlog hoffman ibotchy keinlog umsumum reglint gobbler keinlog doblink?

Keyilog chooser hutchin chiffon ghostin doblink rekeyin dontkin keinlog corekey bungoff rh8long haranguey?

Feb-07-20  ndg2: Once you realize the mate on h7 by pattern recognition and how to achieve it by multiple rook sacs, you also realize this procedure may be lengthy but totally enforced. And this in turn brings the puzzle from "difficult" to "easy / medium".

27.♖h8+ ♔xh8 28.♖h1+ ♔g8 29.♖h8+ ♔xh8 30.♕h1+ ♖h6 31.♕xh6+ ♔g8 32.♕h7#

Feb-07-20  TheaN: Yeah this pattern is too famous to warrant a Friday puzzle. I already thought so last year. Besides that point, this is a forced mate in six, something relatively uncommon for Friday/weekend puzzles. Alas we're repeating week 3 of last year so...
Feb-07-20  Thief: A 2428 missed this!? I can't even get a 2000 rated player to fall for this.
Feb-07-20  BwanaVa: OK, white sacrificed a bishop, a rook, and was ready to sac another rook to gain mate in one of the best known attack patterns...and black is 2400+

Does anyone else suspect collusion?

Feb-07-20
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  chrisowen: Well bushwack!
Feb-07-20
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  PawnSac: < BLB3: My name is Alexandr Hilario Takeda dos Santos Fier you killed my rook -and then my other rook- Prepare to die! >

one of our favorite movies! I love the sword fight after Wesley climbs the wall.

"You're Bonetti's Defense against me

That's only fitting considering the rocky terrain

Yu must expect me to attack with CapoFerro!

Naturally, but i find Thibault cancels out CapoFerro.

Yes, but i have studied my Agrippa."

Feb-07-20  njdanie: I thought this puzzle was supposed to be "dificult". It was obvious...
Feb-07-20  ndg2: <chris owen><Well bushwack!> shocked by Chris Owen's totally intelligible remark.
Feb-07-20  catlover: <PawnSac> LOL! I love that movie.
Feb-07-20
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  chrisowen: And there two owing?
Feb-07-20  Walter Glattke: White also wins with 27.Rh5 f6 28.Nxe6 so pupils would play in school, but, according to agb 2002, I offer you to look at Anderssen-Kieseritzky, London 1851, really nice, that.
Feb-07-20  JimmyRockHound: What are you smoking Chris Owen?
Feb-07-20
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  Pedro Fernandez: Apparently what my great friend <Chris> wants to say, through '5' is that the knight on 'g5' decides the game by repetition of checks on 'h1', since the g7-pawn is pinned. Lamentably I couldn't see this amazing mate in six.
Feb-07-20
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  Pedro Fernandez: <<Abdunnaser>: This is a Monday buzzle> Honestly, your are a genius! Congratulations! BTW, are you GM?
Feb-07-20
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  Pedro Fernandez: <<JimmyRockHound>: What are you smoking Chris Owen?> You are member since 2008 and now you are asking that? What are you smoking <Jim>?
Feb-08-20  RandomVisitor: After 24.Kg2 black should play 24...a3 and the game is even


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Stockfish_20012509_x64_modern:

<64/94 8:09:55 0.00 24...a3> 25.Bxa3 Be7 26.Nf3 f5 27.Bb2 Rf8 28.Kg1 fxe4 29.dxe4 Rxf3 30.Bxe6+ Kh7 31.Bxg7 Re8 32.Rc3 Bf6 33.Bxf6 Rxf6 34.Bxd7 Bxd7 35.Rxc5 Rh6 36.Qc3 Bc6 37.f3 Qa7 38.Kg2 Qxa2+ 39.Qc2 Qxc2+ 40.Rxc2 Re7 41.g4 Be8 42.Rc5 Ra6 43.Rd3 Ra2+ 44.Kg3 Re2 45.Kf4 Rb7 46.Rc8 Bf7 47.Rcd8 Kg7 48.R8d7 Rxd7 49.Rxd7 Kf8 50.Rd8+ Ke7 51.Rb8 Bxb3 52.Rxb5 Bd1 53.Rb7+ Ke6 54.Rb6+ Ke7

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