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Tumendemberel Oyunbaatar vs Ibrahim Chahrani
Dresden Olympiad (2008), Dresden GER, rd 5, Nov-17
Semi-Slav Defense: Accelerated Move Order (D31)  ·  1-0

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May-09-21  Hercdon: Such an easy puzzle, plenty of time for you to reach out to mom and wish her Happy Mother’s Day
May-09-21  RandomVisitor: Black had 22..Nxd5


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Stockfish_21050709_x64_modern:

<58/40 04:21 0.00 22...Nxd5 23.Qxd5+ Kf8 24.Nxg5> fxg3 25.hxg3 Be7 26.f4 Bg4 27.Rc1 Bxg5 28.fxg5 Qh2+ 29.Kf1 Rc6 30.Rxc6 bxc6 31.Qxc6 Rc8 32.Qf6+ Ke8

May-09-21  RandomVisitor: 18...f4 wins for black


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Stockfish_21050709_x64_modern:

<39/66 02:39 -3.10 18...f4 19.exf4 Bh3> 20.Qd3 Bxf4 21.Bxh3 Qxh3 22.Qf1 Qf5 23.Qg2 Bxc1 24.Bxc1 Rh5 25.Bf4 Re8 26.b5 Re2 27.bxc6 bxc6 28.Qf1 Qe4

May-09-21  Pawn Slayer: al wazir: This can't be the right puzzle.
In the game line white gets ♕+♗+♙ for a ♖. The only (slightly) interesting alternative is 23...Kf7 24. Rxh5 Bxb3 25. Rxh6, winning ♖+♙.

23 Kf7 doesn't work at all. White doesn't take on h5, but simply moves his Queen and the black Queen is trapped.

May-09-21  johnnydeep: Insane?! I think not. The first two plies were screamingly obvious even for me!
May-09-21
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  noads4me: Saw right away Rxg5
May-31-21  mel gibson: < An even longer analysis with Stockfish 13.

23. Rxg5+

(23. Rxg5+ (♖d5xg5+ ♔g8-f7 d4-d5
♗e6-g4 ♖g5xh5 ♗g4xh5 ♘f3-g5+ ♔f7-g8 e3xf4 ♖a8-e8 ♕b3-c3 a6-a5 ♕c3xa5 ♖e8-e2 ♕a5xb5 ♘f6-e8 ♕b5xb7 ♖e2-e7 ♕b7-b6 ♗h5-g4 ♕b6-d4 ♖h6-f6 ♘g5-e4 ♖e7-f7 ♘e4xd6 ♘e8xd6 ♕d4xf6 ♖f7xf6 ♗b2xf6 ♔g8-f7 ♗f6-e5 ♔f7-e7 h2-h3 ♗g4-d7 g3-g4 ♘d6-f7 ♗e5-b2 ♘f7-d6 ♗b2-d4 ♔e7-f7 ♗d4-e5 ♘d6-c4 d5-d6 ♘c4xe5) +12.62/39 1528)

score for White +12.62 depth 39>

<May-09-21 mel gibson: <Apr-11-21 mel gibson: I wondered why I solved it in under 1 second. I have already solved it with Stockfish 3 times.>

So easy it's Monday easy -
and the 4th time I've solved it.>

I've solved it 5 times now.

May-31-21
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  FSR: I like 23.Rxg5+ Qxg5 24.Qxe6+ followed by 25.Nxg5. Or 23...Kf7 24.Rxh5 Bxb3 25.Rxh6.
May-31-21
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  perfidious: It is a far from simple matter for a POTD to metamorphose from a Sunday-level solution into Monday-type stuff, but this one has managed to pull off that feat.
May-31-21  Cheapo by the Dozen: Adding to the confusion, today in the US is a holiday Monday that feels like a Sunday.
May-31-21  saturn2: 23 ...Qxg5 or King moves lose a piece
May-31-21  Walter Glattke: Third time this puzzle.
May-31-21  malt: As Walter says.
May-31-21  stacase: Second verse, same as the first,
A little bit louder, a little bit worse!

Except that this is the third time around.

<mel gibson. . . I've solved it 5 times now.>

Third, Fifth, Monday, Sunday; doesn't much matter.

May-31-21
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  drollere: at least chessgames.com seems to have settled on a single puzzle as the POTD stopgap.

i actually puzzled for several moments over how to kill N at f3, thinking it was black to move.

black must have had similar thoughts before the ceiling came down.

May-31-21
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  halito27: For once, I agree with <chrisowen>.
Sep-20-21  Cheapo by the Dozen: I didn't remember this from last time. Hard Monday or easy Tuesday for me, in that a solution required seeing all of:

-- Material starts out pretty even.

-- 23 Rxg5+ breaks the pin with check.

-- The game line saves White's queen while still leaving time to take Black's.

-- If Black instead steps out of check on Move 23, White's rook is protected, so White can just play 24 Qxe6.

-- There are no lines in which White actually plays RxQ.

Sep-20-21
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  Phony Benoni: Already used twice this year on Monday, April 5 and Sunday, May 9.
Sep-20-21  Brenin: At the risk of becoming boring, the obvious 23 Rxg5+ wins material, e.g. 23 ... Kf7 24 Rxh5 Bxb3 25 Rxh6, or 23 ... Qxg5 24 Qxe6+ and 25 Nxg5 (as many, including myself, have stated earlier this year).
Sep-20-21  stacase: I think I solve it a little faster each time it comes up.
Sep-20-21
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  FSR: <May-31-21 FSR: I like 23.Rxg5+ Qxg5 24.Qxe6+ followed by 25.Nxg5. Or 23...Kf7 24.Rxh5 Bxb3 25.Rxh6.>

I emphatically agree.

Sep-27-21
Premium Chessgames Member
  FSR: This is just as easy as it was the first five times. I refer you to <FSR>'s prior comments.
Sep-27-21  Brenin: Oh, no, not again? 23 Rxg5+. No more to be said this tlme.
Sep-27-21  Cheapo by the Dozen: On the other hand, my previous comments don't wholly apply today, because this time around I DO remember the puzzle from before.
Sep-27-21
Premium Chessgames Member
  Phony Benoni: The is just the POTD version of Timman and Karpov and the Non-Safety Pun. It was changed last Monday, and hopefully will be changed again today.
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