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Player: India  BlueScorpion Subject: ur move again


2011-04-08 15:36:26

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7Australia  ZahnarztChessHere Gold Member2011-04-09 19:04:08
The knight looks to be busting to go to f5 but the Be6 gets in the way. So my first try is 1.Rxe6 Qxe6 (1... fxe6 2.Qf6+ Kh6 3.Nf5+ exf5 4.Rf4 and mates) 2.Rf6 Qe8 3.Qh6+ Kxh6 4.Nf5+ Kg5 5.h4+ Kg4 6.Kg2 and I can\'t see any defence to 7.Bf3# But I don\'t know the continuation after 3.Kh8. It looks like the sac Qh6+ might be in the solution somewhere - it would be a shame to miss it.-

8India  BlueScorpion2011-04-09 20:16:42
ur move can certainly win the game.1)rxe6 Qxe6 2)Rf6 Qe8. But Qf6+ wud only lose the queen. The move is a spectacular sacrifice, 3)Rxg6+ and black cannot avoid mate. But in response to2) Rf6 black can counter attack ur queen with h6. this wud result in black losing his queen and the game. But the tremendous mass of calculations one wud have to go thru to carefully investigate every tempting move wud have taken a lot of time. With clock ticking away, Bronstein chose another move. He chose to improve the mobility of the one piece whose activity is currently curtailed, confident tht result wud be still greater pressure on black.Spot the move.-

9India  BlueScorpion2011-04-09 20:19:50
sorry,Qh6+ wont lose the queen, but it wont force a mate .-

10England  cc1422628553ChessHere Moderator2011-04-10 02:56:11
The clocks ticking, I`ve spent 20 mins. Cant resolve the sacrifice exchanges, so need a move to keep the pressure up. 1 f6-f4 with either 2 g5-f6+ or h4-f5+-

11India  BlueScorpion2011-04-10 07:55:20
no,in both cases king can escape to f8.Hint: seek the worst placed piece and prepare to bring it to a square where it wud be a threat.-

12Europian  cc13741628192011-04-10 11:03:15
i\'m drunk, so d5 looks attractive -

13India  BlueScorpion2011-04-10 18:48:43
u r too drunk. d5 will only lose u a pawn.-

14India  BlueScorpion2011-04-10 18:51:54
ok, i will give u 3 choices.Two of them will win the game. But u have to guess the move bronstein made 1)Rxe6 2)Rxg6+ 3)Ng2-

15Europian  cc13741628192011-04-10 21:27:05
it just loses a bishop when i try it-

16Australia  ZahnarztChessHere Gold Member2011-04-11 08:07:04
1.Rxg6+ fxg6 2.Qf6+ Kh6 3.Nf5+ Bxf5 4.Rf4 mates, but I can\'t see a clear win after 1... hxg6. 2.Qf6+ Kh7 3.Nf5 gxf5 4.Rf4 wins the same way, but 2... Kf8 seems safe for Black. And I can\'t fault your analysis of 1.Rxe6 earlier, but it might be a slow win after the queen retreats from h6. So I suppose Bronstein, a pretty subtle player, retreated with Ng2 planning redeployment of Nf4 or R1f4. This seems awfully slow and to give Black time to rearrange his defenses.-

17Europian  cc13741628192011-04-11 09:06:13
(don\'t tell us yet)-

18India  BlueScorpion2011-04-11 09:47:43
#19) Rxg6+ is an ingenious sacrifice but it doesnt win the game if black defends himself correctly. U r right, if he captures with the f pawn he loses.However, if he takes with the h pawn, he can find a way for his king to escape via g8. Work it out. .-

19England  cc1422628553ChessHere Moderator2011-04-13 05:40:58
1 RxB QxB 2 Rf6 Qf1 3 Knf5+ Kh8 4 Rf4 with threat of Rh4-

20England  cc1422628553ChessHere Moderator2011-04-13 05:43:24
scrub that. The kn is in the way of the R.-

21India  BlueScorpion2011-04-13 05:50:58
Shall i give the PGN. But i dont know how to publish it.-

22England  cc1422628553ChessHere Moderator2011-04-13 05:54:10
1 RxB QXR 2 Rf6 Qe8 3 Knf6+ Kh8 4 Rxg6&Qf6-

23England  cc1422628553ChessHere Moderator2011-04-13 06:03:07
grab all of the pgn and drag it into the r/hand box-

24India  BlueScorpion2011-04-13 06:08:45
I did tht several times. the game did appear. But when i click \'post reply\', nothing happens-

25England  cc1422628553ChessHere Moderator2011-04-13 08:22:54
I`ve just looked the game up. They play 14 moves each before korchnoi resigned. -

26India  BlueScorpion2011-04-13 09:39:31
absolutely right-

27England  cc1422628553ChessHere Moderator2011-04-13 11:01:53
lol thats gotta be the worst chess puzzle ever -

28India  BlueScorpion2011-04-13 11:05:26
I only asked for one move -

29England  cc1422628553ChessHere Moderator2011-04-13 11:48:12
Do you think that was his best move ? He won, but in 14 moves Korchnoi may have overlooked something. Sorry but I think it was a bit vague thats all. -

30India  BlueScorpion2011-04-13 13:06:10
well, thts the way the game went. bronstein did make some inaccurate moves, but remember, the clock was ticking.-

31England  cc1422628553ChessHere Moderator2011-04-13 13:26:17

32England  cc1422628553ChessHere Moderator2011-04-13 13:29:18
A great win, no doubt -

33India  BlueScorpion2011-04-13 13:33:47
yes. but how did u do it? i tried several times copying the PGN but though the game appeared it just wuldnt publish.-

34England  cc1422628553ChessHere Moderator2011-04-13 14:50:24
when you get the game up in the `submit your pgn`box, hit the `post reply`, and include any comment eg. game title with it in the l/hand box.-

35Australia  ZahnarztChessHere Gold Member2011-04-14 07:54:58
That was a challenging exercise BlueScorp and I enjoyed it, thank you. Though it ended in a bit of a whimper really. I had hoped for Korchnoi\'s disembowelled king\'s position to splatter on my computer screen.-

36England  cc1422628553ChessHere Moderator2011-04-14 09:11:39
He he I glued his bishop down.-

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