The Monday Club – Puzzle 6

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[typography font=”Droid Sans” size=”28″ size_format=”px”]Puzzle of the week![/typography]

Puzzle 6 White to play

White to play

[typography font=”Droid Sans” size=”16″ size_format=”px”]Here is a nice finish, can you find the mate?[/typography]

Master Anonymous
Master Anonymous

[typography font=”Droid Sans” size=”16″ size_format=”px”][quote]Here is the answer to last weeks puzzle, a clinical finish did you see it like GM Hoffmann had?[/quote][/typography]

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[typography font=”Droid Sans” size=”16″ size_format=”px”]Did you find the idea which proves black’s last move (Nc6-a5) was a blunder?

Hoffmann,Pau (2317) – Vogt,L (2410) 

Schachbundesliga 2011–12 Dresden GER (8), 04.02.2012

Puzzle 5 - White to play

White to play

 19.Ng6! and black resigned because he is losing a piece because if 19…Qc7 then Nb5 forces the black queen to relinquish its defence of the bishop on e7 20.Nb5 Rxd1+ 21.Rxd1 1–0


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One Response to “The Monday Club – Puzzle 6”

  1. Spook

    Feb 27. 2012

    Very elegant finish – Morphy would’ve been proud!

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