Viktor Korchnoi vs. Peterson
Chess puzzle form a simul, Viktor Korchnoi vs. Peterson, Kiev, 1964.
White to move and win in 4.
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1. Qg7+ Ke8 2. Qxe7+ Kxe7 3. Rg7+ Ke8 4. Nf6#
r2r1n2/pp2bk2/2p1p2p/3q4/3PN1QP/2P3R1/P4PP1/5RK1 w - - 0 1
About the playersViktor Korchnoi (1931-2016) chess Grandmaster (1956-2016) and International Master (1954-1956). Peak rating 2695. Defected from USSR to the Netherlands in 1976.
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I still cant get it my mind that you can sacrifice the queen and win. But I am learning. For the last three equations have been just that. My ability not to see it or refuse to see it. That is eye opening to me. So thank you for your training.
it was a good puzzle
I can’t do this?! Why?
1. Qg4-g7 Kf7-e8
2. Qg7xe7 Ke8xe7
3. Rg3-g7 Ke7-e8
It took me awhile! Liked it.
This game is simply a masterpiece in positional precision. A perfect demonstration on how to coordinate your pieces without assigning any valve to them. Working in harmony to create a beautiful solution. The development is poetry in motion. A true work of art into the mechanics of thinking behind the thought.