tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4599908893642961949.post4490404696190728840..comments2023-11-10T09:35:27.025+01:00Comments on Chess and Life Bejtovic Jasmin: January combinationsBejtovic Jasminhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/01852262134128863128noreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4599908893642961949.post-88110250618972318682014-01-29T00:14:05.231+01:002014-01-29T00:14:05.231+01:00The fifth combination has a bit different solution...The fifth combination has a bit different solution, even if 1. Nxf5 wins as well.<br />Good job!Bejtovic Jasminhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/01852262134128863128noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4599908893642961949.post-1731171484710799342014-01-27T17:33:56.626+01:002014-01-27T17:33:56.626+01:00Ok, I'll give it a try!
SPOILER ALERT ;-)
1...Ok, I'll give it a try! <br /><br />SPOILER ALERT ;-)<br /><br />1) 1.e7 Re8 (...Rf7 2.Be6) 2.Be6+ Kh8 3.Nh4 (w/ idea Ng6+ and Qh4#).<br /><br /> If black tries 3...Ne5 we play 4.Rxe5, renewing the threat, and now <br />4...Qxe5 fails to 5.Qxe5 fxe5 6.Rf3, and mate next move. <br /><br />Black can play 3...h6, then I guess 4.Ng6+ Kh7 5.Qd3 w/idea Nf8++. <br /><br />2) Maybe the best try is 1.d5, w/ the idea Rd4. It counters Black's tactical idea of pushing the c-pawn. 1...c6 2.Rd4 and if 2...cxd5 3.Rb5. <br /><br />3) Qd1# would be good for black, so 1...Rxh2 and White cannot take. If 2.Ne2 Qd1+ anyway, 2...Nxd1 3.Rh1+ Ng1 4.Rxg1#<br /><br />4) The idea is probably to make ...Bxe4 and...Ng3+ work, but 1...h6 2.Qf6+ Kg8 3.Rd1 looks good for White... So 1...Bxe4 2.Rxe4 h6 (2.fxe4 h6 and the queen has to move, allowing ...Ng3+ or the fork ...Ne3) and now if 3.Rxd4? hxg5 there's a double threat (taking on d4 and Ng3+!) and if 4.Rg4 there is ...Ne3. So 3.Qg4. Mmm. 3...Ne3? 4.Rxd4 cxd4 5.Qe7+-... ok, doesn't work. <br />1...Bxe4 2.Rxe4 f6. After 3.Qg4 i have h5 the queen is trapped... but now White has the ressource Rd7+, so 4.Rxd4 hxg5 5.Rd7+ +-. Actually Black has 3.Rxd4 fxg5 4.Rd7+ +-.<br /><br />Ok, so now the idea is to trap the queen : <br />1...Bxe4 <br />2.Rxe4 h6<br />3.Qg4 Qd3 (hitting f1 / threatening ...Ne3) <br />4.Rfe1? h5! -+ <br /><br />5) The pattern is mate w/ bishop on f6 and rook on h-file. <br />1.Nxf5 (1...exf5 2 Qxh7+ Kxh7 3.Rh4+ Bh6. 4.Rxh6+ Kxh6 5.Rh3#) 1...Bg7 2.Bxg7! (w/ same idea Qxh7+). Now if 2...gxh5 3.Bf6+ Kf8. 4.Nh6 with mate on g8. If 2...gxf5 you can again play 3.Qxh7+ Kxh7 4.Rh4+ Kg8 5.Rh8#. So that leaves 2...exf5 but i guess 3.Qxh7+ still works. 3...Kxh7 4.Bf6! Threatens mate... 4...g5 5.Rxg5. 1-0.<br /><br /> <br /> Tomnoreply@blogger.com