20170821 22:44:59  slowness2014  1642   Problem p04988 
NimzoIndian Defence: 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6
3.Nc3 Bb4 4.e3 c5 5.Ne2 cxd4 6.exd4 d5
7.c5 e5 8.dxe5 Ng4 9.e6 

20170821 19:51:59  chessisajedrez  1746   Problem p05747 
@floreatdunum, agreed. I suspect many
may play QxRe4 instead without pausing
to think about it. 

20170821 15:10:17  Bisonratte  1549   Problem p24473 
discovered attack 

20170821 15:08:49  Bisonratte  1549   Problem p57994 
unpin 

20170821 15:06:40  Bisonratte  1549   Problem p57021 
discovered attack 

20170821 15:05:22  Bisonratte  1549   Problem p41358 
mating with R+Q 

20170821 15:01:02  Bisonratte  1549   Problem p32585 
desperado, discovered attack 

20170821 14:58:48  Bisonratte  1549   Problem p57818 
in between 

20170821 14:55:48  Bisonratte  1549   Problem p28604 
rule #1, deflection 

20170821 14:52:42  Bisonratte  1549   Problem p44172 
3) dangerous piece on 4th/5th rank 

20170821 10:56:00  floreatdunum  1707   Problem p05747 
1792?? Comical! 

20170820 23:34:38  chessisajedrez  1746   Problem p14269 
Karma must exist! And I have done some
horrible things in my many lives. Why
else should I fail this problem over and
over again? So simple, so painful. 

20170820 23:21:22  floreatdunum  1707   Problem p42544 
To think of all the one move
"solutions" on this site... 

20170820 23:18:25  floreatdunum  1707   Problem p50482 
Needs another move, Qe4+ 

20170820 23:16:58  floreatdunum  1707   Problem p01460 
Quoi? 

20170820 18:30:19  floreatdunum  1707   Problem p19370 
Very nice. 

20170820 18:22:34  floreatdunum  1707   Problem p50676 
Agree with tomo. Solution too short. 

20170820 18:09:52  floreatdunum  1707   Problem p56901 
Qe5+ doesn't win the rook... 

20170820 18:04:24  floreatdunum  1707   Problem p39838 
I would suggest that this is more akin
the Opera mate, rook on back rank
supported by a bishop. 

20170820 00:10:03  chessisajedrez  1746   Problem p30263 
It makes SO MUCH sense, but it takes me
so long to see it. Like defensive
problems. 

20170819 23:37:22  chessisajedrez  1746   Problem p39838 
Similar to the Reti mate noted by
@floreatdunum in problem p16244
(http://chess.emrald.net/probprofile.php
?Pos=28842) 

20170819 23:00:04  chessisajedrez  1746   Problem p16244 
Wow, @floreatdunum's RetiTartakover is
only 11 moves long!? Anyway, there is an
even more similar mate in another CTS
problem. Everybody praises it. 

20170819 18:51:23  floreatdunum  1707   Problem p16244 
Possibly Black might have won with 23...
Bc1 

20170819 18:50:01  floreatdunum  1707   Problem p16244 
16. Qf7 Bd5 17. Qe7 Qf3 18. Kf1 Qg2 19.
Ke2 Bf3 20. Kd2 Qf2 21. Re2 Bh6 22. Kc3
Qd4 23. Kb3 Bd5 24. c4 Qd3 25. Nc3 Bc4
26. Ka4 Bb5 27. Kb3 Bc4 28. Ka4 Bb5 

20170819 18:49:55  floreatdunum  1707   Problem p16244 
One should point out that in the game
reference kindly given by slowness2014,
Black did not play the obvious blunder
15... Nf5, but 15... Bg7. The game ended
in a draw by perpetual: 16. Qf7 Bd5 17.
Qe7 Qf3 18. Kf1 Qg2 19. Ke2 Bf3 20. Kd2
Qf2 21. Re2 Bh6 22 

20170819 18:41:53  floreatdunum  1707   Problem p16244 
As in from Reti  Tartakower, 1910. 1.
e4 c6 2. d4 d5 3. Nc3 de4 4. Ne4 Nf6 5.
Qd3 e5 6. de5 Qa5 7. Bd2 Qe5 8. OOO
Ne4 9. Qd8 Kd8 10. Bg5 Kc7 11. Bd8# 

20170819 18:38:41  floreatdunum  1707   Problem p16244 
Reti mate. Qd8# mating a king on c7. 

20170819 13:51:05  Bisonratte  1549   Problem p43341 
if you know, how this mechanics work,
then its very very easy to find the
solution. To describe the whole idea
behind the puzzle is much more
complicated. therefore allways look for
a mate ! regards. 

20170819 13:48:09  Bisonratte  1549   Problem p43341 
@ SaintMark, ive some sheets of the
basic mating patterns (maybe google
helps). If you look how bl establishes
the mate (just watch the last position),
then you may detect, there are initial
parts in this puzzle. 

20170819 11:43:33  SaintMark  939   Problem p43341 
I played Bd4 aswell 

20170817 14:41:13  Bisonratte  1549   Problem p18342 
poisoned pawn, defending move: White has
no time for Nxe4, because then blacks
attack gets too strong (Rf6/g6 with
infiltration Bh4 on e1, and wQ has no
squares). 

20170817 14:31:10  Bisonratte  1549   Problem p37872 
mayday mayday  there is a pawn on f2... 

20170817 14:28:35  Bisonratte  1549   Problem p30010 
2) although a dual, its very instructive
to analyse the consequences of 1...Nfg4+ 

20170817 14:23:32  slowness2014  1642   Problem p51387 
Catalan: 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.g3 Bb4+
4.Bd2 c5 5.Bg2 Bxd2+ 6.Qxd2 cxd4 7.Nf3
d5 8.cxd5 Qxd5 9.OO OO 10.Nxd4 Qh5
11.Rc1 

20170817 14:14:28  Bisonratte  1549   Problem p64379 
in between 

20170817 14:11:25  Bisonratte  1549   Problem p46329 
decoy to a N fork 

20170817 14:09:58  Bisonratte  1549   Problem p42414 
Q fork 

20170817 14:08:27  Bisonratte  1549   Problem p65497 
Q double attack (no fork) 

20170817 14:00:47  Bisonratte  1549   Problem p51231 
if you have two choices 

20170816 23:14:00  tunky  1603   Problem p51476 
Wow  2053,9 for such an easy problem? 

20170816 20:00:35  Spassky1738  1321   Problem p14665 
this was too easy 

20170816 13:12:14  Bisonratte  1549   Problem p00241 
attacking f7 

20170816 13:10:50  Bisonratte  1549   Problem p46510 
good explanation by grom43 

20170816 13:04:10  Bisonratte  1549   Problem p23457 
dangerous advanced pawn 

20170816 07:06:21  midn1ght  1619   Problem p28291 
Less wordy: maintain two threats. 

20170816 07:02:14  midn1ght  1619   Problem p61355 
Having just had p53017, this was a piece
of cake. 

20170816 04:20:29  Freeze  1511   Problem p19630 
I touched my queen for Qh3, but then
thought I saw a dual coming. I should
have paused another moment to see why,
but I figured either way would work. Of
course, this was not a dual, as
explained above. 

20170815 21:58:15  chessisajedrez  1746   Problem p17088 
@SaintMark, don't overlook you just got
a free pawn too. (Taking the R leads to
a mate combination) 

20170815 16:29:17  SaintMark  939   Problem p17088 
So what happens if the pawn doesn't take
the rook? Or is this just about saving
the knight? 
