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Gerard Welling vs F Wrobel
Mondorf open (1982), ?
Caro-Kann Defense: Von Hennig Gambit (B15)  ·  1-0

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Sep-25-18  Delboy: The position after 22. ... Kf8 makes for a great Monday puzzle that is going to stump many a regular kibitzer. Alternatively, the position after 21. ... Bb4 represents a particularly tricky mate-in-three
May-09-21
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  fredthebear: After 23...gxRf6 24.Bxh6# is a form of Boden's Mate with the criss-crossed bishops. In this particular game above, the rooks play a key role preventing escape.


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Boden's Mate after Black has castled queenside

* Wikipedia excerpt:
" Boden's Mate is characterized by a king being mated by two bishops on criss-crossing diagonals, with possible flight squares blocked by friendly pieces. Samuel Boden, for whom the mate is named, administered an early example of it in the friendly game Schulder–Boden, London 1853. That game went 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 d6 3.c3 f5 4.Bc4 Nf6 5.d4 fxe4 6.dxe5 exf3 7.exf6 Qxf6 8.gxf3 Nc6 9.f4 Bd7 10.Be3 0-0-0 11.Nd2 Re8 12.Qf3 Bf5 13.0-0-0? (13.Bd5 is better) 13...d5! 14.Bxd5? (allowing a forced mate; better is 14.Rde1, losing a piece) 14...Qxc3+ 15.bxc3 Ba3#, giving the final checkmate position. [(See MatoJelic's quick video of this famous game: https://lichess.org/video/AqbNP1u7t...

However, the mate had been known before that from the game Horwitz-Popert, Hamburg 1844. "

* See Fritz castle into it: https://chessimprover.com/bodens-ma...

* Sacrifice to shatter the pawns: https://www.chess.com/terms/bodens-...

* Predator: https://www.chesstactics.org/mating...

* Spectacular Mini: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Abe...

* Jim's video instruction: https://www.bing.com/videos/search?...

* Edward Winter's historical page: https://www.chesshistory.com/winter...

* Half-remembered: https://streathambrixtonchess.blogs...

* 32 Checkmate Patterns: https://www.chessonly.com/checkmate/

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