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Member since Jul-05-06 · Last seen Dec-09-18
Chess puzzle known as PUPPIES ON ACID

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Composed by my 18-yr-old nephew Danny J.
Danny (aka DJ) has never competed in a rated tournament game. He isn't even a USCF member. He rarely plays chess against anyone other than me. His interest is strictly in the chess/AI related field and in puzzles. He takes enjoyment in defending difficult positions that seem resignable.

DJ admits he did not invent the entire solution for Puppies on Acid. Credit goes to Stockfish8 for finding white's brilliant fourth move. 1.Ng4+ Kg6 2.e8Q+ Kf5 3.Qxh5+ Kf4 4.Qe5+!! Kxg4 5.Qxg2+ Kxh4 6.Q5xh2#.

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   SirChrislov has kibitzed 825 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-04-18 Manuel Lopez Michelone
SirChrislov: Cinco, cuatro, tres... dos! Es Morsa! El youtubero ajedrezero, Saludos! Caramelos y bolitas.
   Sep-09-18 Eduard Gufeld (replies)
SirChrislov: He's the uncle of <ketchuplover>
   Sep-09-18 Emanuel Lasker (replies)
SirChrislov: Dr. Lasker asks, Is there a lack of initiative in chess players? Chess players are probably not different from other people—they require leaders when new projects are to be carried through to successful completion, but it does seem, judging by the stories of chess ...
   Sep-08-18 Janowski vs Lasker, 1904
SirChrislov: Ah yet in this case, the event featured 7 of the world's top 10 players. I sincerely doubt it was in FJM's mind to "swindle" his way to the top.
   Sep-08-18 Cambridge Springs (1904) (replies)
SirChrislov: Chessmen maker 'chessbazaar' based in India, has recently put out an exact reproduction of the Staunton style wooden set used at this legendary tournament. Originally made by ACC (American chess company) they are at least worth checking out at
   Sep-08-18 Ruy Lopez (C60)
SirChrislov: A little piece of Ruy history, from Lasker's Chess Magazine vol. 1, No. 1, November, 1904. —Mr. Marshall's Plans— F.J. Marshall has planned a very active winter in chess, and it is expected that he will visit many parts of the United States to give exhibitions before spring is
   Jun-07-18 Alekhine vs Euwe, 1921 (replies)
SirChrislov: In case you weren't aware of Alekhine's feminine gestures when moving, watch 2.c4 of this game at 1:30 just don't fall asleep with the music:
   Dec-28-17 AlphaZero vs Stockfish, 2017 (replies)
SirChrislov: It really downgrades the public's view of the match once you have knowledge of the fairness and connect it. A 10-pack of entertaining BS is what my mind made up of it.
   Dec-23-17 AlphaZero - Stockfish (2017) (replies)
SirChrislov: I mean to say balanced & equally matched from the beginning, For a proper match. Out of book from move 1, is good since the strength of A Zero is unknown and no games on record. So we see the openings that set the table was from creative side of engines and not reached from a ...
   Nov-09-14 Carlsen vs Anand, 2014 (replies)
SirChrislov: It's 1:00am out out here here in Cali Cali. Goin to get 3 hrs sleep b4 I get up to see this. Goodnite.
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