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Chess-puzzle > 2003/1

Chess-Puzzle: No 1 2003 (1/10 - 7/10 2003)

Hope you enjoy the problems we have selected for you. It is easy to participate: you just have to pick the right answer to each problem!! The other rules are:

  1. Only Subscribers to Seagaard ChessReviews Newsletter can win a prize.
     
  2. We will find the winners between those who answered all the questions correct.
     
  3. The winners will be announced in the next Newsletter and will also be notified directly via e-mail.
     
  4. You can send your answers between 1/10 2003 and 7/10 2003.
     
  5. You only have one chance! It is only the first solution that counts, if there are more they will be deleted.

 

Prizes

Thanks to the publishers you can see below we are able to give you some very nice prizes. Click on the publishers banner to visit the homepage where you can read more about these and other products.

Publisher Prizes
1 x Tactics in the Chess Opening 1 (Nijboer & Van der Tak)
1 x Secrets of Opening Surprises (Jeroen Bosch)
 

ChessBase Shop 1 x Intensive Course Tactics (George Renko)
1 x Killer Moves (George Renko)
 

Gambit 1 x Chess Strategy In Action (Watson)
 
Bad Bishop 1 x The Knockout Nimzo (Kosten)
 

 

 

Chess-Puzzle

Problem 1

Solution:

1.Qd7+ Bxe7 2.Sd6++ Kd8 3.Sf7+ Kc8 4.Re8+ Bxe8 5.Rd8+ mate

 

 
Problem 2

Solution:

1.Qe5 Ka8 2.Nc7+ Kb8 3.Nxe8+ Ka8 4.Nc7+ Kb8 5.Na6+ Ka8 6.Qb8+ Rxb8 7.Nc7+ mate

 

 
Problem 3

Solution:

It was Petrosian who beat Botvinnik in 1963 to take his title.

 

Mikhail Botvinnik
 
Problem 4

Solution:

1.Qe8+ Bd8 2.Qxd7 Kxd7 3.Bg4+ Kd6 4.Re6+ Kd7 5.Re5+ Kd6 6.c5+ mate

 

 
Problem 5

Solution

It is Larsen who is on the photo on the right.

 

 

 

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