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Problem 514: Valery Shanshin - Twomover
valery.shansin(28.01.2015) An interesting Pseudo le Grand and change of mate from the Russian master Valery Shanshin!

514. Valery Shanshin (Russia)
28.01.2015
514
#2 v (9+8)
1.Qc2? (2.Rf3# A)
1...e5 x 2.Qc8# X,1...Qxd3/e3 2.S(x)e3 B#,1...Qf4!

1.Qb5! (2.Se3# B)
1...e5 x 2.Qd7# Y,1...Qxd5 2.Rf3 A#
 

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+1 #1 Vidadi Zamanov 2015-01-28 00:41
Dear Seetharaman Kalyan!
Valery Shanshin master no, Grandmasters(2007)
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+1 #2 Seetharaman Kalyan 2015-01-28 05:45
Quoting Vidadi Zamanov:
Dear Seetharaman Kalyan!
Valery Shanshin master no, Grandmasters(2007)

Yes of course! I used the term in the meaning of "expert" :-)
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+1 #3 Elmar Abdullauev 2015-01-29 07:01
Psevdo le Grand perviy xod xoros otkaz ot vzyatiya
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0 #4 Vidadi Zamanov 2015-01-30 18:54
Since when problems began to assess the progress of the entrance?
First move may not be very good, good must total content.
If you comment on what that task, then it should be done on the details and all the content :lol:
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+1 #5 eugene david rosner 2015-02-05 04:57
The black dual in the try is really minor even if it is the one involved in the Pseudo-le Grand pattern. But it takes great control of the pieces to make such an elegant "which battery" problem with such a fine refutation! There's more here than you think for 17 men!
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