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17 Astonishing Chess Games with 5 and 6 Queens on the Board

by Boris Schipkov

The chess games with 5 or 6 Queens on the board are very rare. I found only 17 such games out of 7 millions chess games of all time from 1475 to 2014. Therefore these 17 games are about 0,000243 percent of all chess games.

Six Queens on the Board, 4 games: Barroso-Puertas, Valladolid 1992; Ruecker-Schumacher, Marburg 2000; Szalanczy - Nguyen Thi Mai, Budapest 2009; Anton Guijarro - Franco Alonso, Elgoibar 2011. The good and interesting games are Szalanczy - Nguyen and Anton Guijarro - Franco Alonso. The games Barroso-Puertas and Ruecker-Schumacher are not serious and full of mistakes: probably the players wanted to draw, and decided to make the games more spectacular.
Five Queens on the Board, 13 games.
All 17 Chess Games with 5 and 6 Queens without commentary

January 27, 2014










Move
   

Tresling, Jan Diderik - Benima, Levi [C84]
Winschoten 1896

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 a6 4. Ba4 Nf6 5. Nc3 Be7 6. O-O b5 7. Bb3 d6 8. d3 Be6
   8... Na5 is better.
9. Qe2 Qd7 10. Nd5 Bxd5 11. exd5 Na5 12. d4 Nxb3 13. axb3 e4 14. Nd2 O-O?!
   A mistake. Black can take the d5 pawn with 14... Nxd5.
15. c4 Rfe8?!
   15... Qf5 is stronger, with a small edge to White.
16. Nxe4 Nxe4 17. Qxe4 Bf6 18. Qd3+/-
   White is better.
Qg4 19. Be3 b4 20. f4
   Or 20. Ra4 with advantage.
h5 21. h3 Qd7 22. f5?!
   Correct is 22.Bf2.
Qe7 23. Rae1 a5
   23...Bh4!? deserves attention.
24. Kh1
   Or 24.Bf2.
Qe4 25. Qd1
   25.Qd2 is nice, with advantage..
c5?
   A strange, suicidal move. Better is 25...Bh4, with a small edge to White.
26. dxc5
   Now White has a huge advantage.
Bxb2 27. Rf4
   Or 27.Bg5. winning.
Qe7 28. Qxh5
   Or 28.cxd6. winning.
Bf6 29. cxd6 Qxd6 30. Qf3 Re5 31. Re4
   White easily wins thanks to two extra pawns.
Rxe4 32. Qxe4 Qg3 33. Bf4 Qxb3 34. d6 Rf8 35. c5 a4 36. c6 a3 37. Be5
   White can win with 37.d7 too.
Bxe5 38. Qxe5 a2 39. d7 Qa3 40. c7 b3 41. d8=Q b2 42. c8=Q b1=Q
   5 queens!
43. Qxf8+ Qxf8 44. Qxf8+ Kxf8 45. Qe8+ 1-0











Move
   

Schulz, Hans Juergen - Reddmann, Hauke [B20]
Hamburg ch 1983

1. e4 c5 2. b4 cxb4 3. Bb2
   3.Nf3 is interesting.
Nf6 4. Qf3?
   A mistake. Better is 4.e5.
Qc7 5. Bd3 d6 6. Qg3?
   A mistake: White plays the queen two times in the opening that is bad according to chess general principles. Better is 6.a3.
Nc6
   Now Black has a clear advantage. due to an extra pawn
7. Nf3 e5 8. O-O Be7
   8...Nh5 is good.
9. Ne1?
   A mistake. More precise is 9.Qxg7.
O-O 10. a3 Be6
   10...a5 is stronger, with a huge edge to Black.
11. axb4 Nxb4 12. Nc3 Nh5
   Black is better anyway.
13. Qf3 Nf4 14. Ne2 Nbxd3 15. cxd3 Nxe2+ 16. Qxe2 Bf6
   Or 16...a5 at once.
17. Bc3?
   A mistake. Better is 17.Nf3.
a5
   Black wins, because can push pawns on the queenside.
18. f4 b5 19. g4 h6 20. Ng2 b4 21. Bb2 a4 22. g5 hxg5 23. fxe5 dxe5 24. Rxf6 gxf6 25. Qf2 Qe7 26. Bc1 a3 27. Ne3 Rfc8 28. Kg2 Rxc1 29. Rxc1 b3 30. h4 b2 31. Rh1 g4 32. Qg3 Kf8 33. h5 a2 34. h6 b1=Q 35. h7 Kg7 36. Rh4 a1=Q 37. h8=Q+
   5 queens!
Rxh8 38. Rxg4+ Kf8 0-1











Move
   

Belov, Igor (2440) - Prohorov, Vladimir (2230) [E97]
Chelyabinsk op 1991

1. Nf3 Nf6 2. c4 g6 3. Nc3 Bg7 4. e4 d6 5. d4 O-O 6. Be2 e5 7. O-O Nc6 8. d5 Ne7 9. Bg5 h6 10. Bxf6 Bxf6 11. b4 Bg7 12. c5 f5
   With counterplay on the kingside.
13. Nd2 Kh7?!
   Better is 13...fxe4.
14. Rc1 Ng8 15. cxd6 cxd6 16. Nb5 Nf6 17. Nc7 Rb8 18. Bd3 f4
   18...Bd7 deserves attention to take under Black's control the a4 square.
19. Qa4 a6
   Better is 19...Rf7.
20. b5 Nh5 21. f3 Rf7 22. b6
   White has a clear advantage.
Bf8 23. Qb3 Ng7 24. Rc2 Qf6?!
    More precise is 24...h5.
25. Rfc1 Bd7 26. Bxa6! bxa6 27. Nxa6
   White obtains a big advantage due to the powerful pawns on the queenside.
Rb7 28. Rc7 Qg5 29. h4 Rxc7 30. Nxc7
   Or 30.Rxc7, winning.
Qxh4?
   Better is 30... Qd8.
31. b7
   White has a winning advantage.
Nh5 32. b8=Q Ng3 33. Qc4 Qh1+ 34. Kf2 Qh4 35. Kg1 Qh1+ 36. Kf2 Qh4 37. Kg1
   White can play 37.Qb6 at once, winning.
Qh1+ 38. Kf2 Qh4 39. Qb6 Be7 40. Nf1
   White can win with the strong 40.Ne6!.
Qh1 41. Nd2 Qh4 42. Ke1
   42.Ne6 is better, winning.
Qh1+ 43. Nf1 Bh4 44. Kd2 Qxg2+ 45. Kc3 Ne2+ 46. Kb2
   Better is 46. Kc2, and White wins.
Nxc1+ 47. Kxc1 Qxf3 48. Ne6 Qa3+?!
   Better is 48...Bf2 to activate the bishop.
49. Kd2 Be7 50. Qcb3 Qa8 51. Qc7 Be8 52. a3 Qa6 53. Qcc4?!
   Better is 46.Nh2 to activate the knight, and White wins.
Qa7 54. Qf3?
   Better is 54.Kc1, with a clear edge to White.
Bh4!
   With counterplay.
55. Qh3 g5= 56. Nd8?
    Correct is 56.Qcc3, with equality.
Bd7?
   A mistake. Black can win with 56... Qf2+ 57. Kc3 g4.
57. Qhc3?
   A mistake. Correct is 57.Ne6, with equality.
Rg7 58. Nc6 Qg1 59. Kc2 g4 60. Nb8 Be8
   Now Black has a clear advantage, because White's king is in danger and Black's pawns on the kingside are monsters.
61. Nd2?
   61.Qc8 is more stubborn.
Bg6?
   Correct is 61...g3, and Black wins.
62. Qc8?
   A mistake. Correct is 62.Qc7, with equality.
Qg2?
   Black can win again with 62...g3. Now White has counterplay.
63. Nd7 Be7 64. Nxe5 dxe5 65. Qxe5 Bxa3?
   An error. Correct is 65...f3.
66. Qcc3?
    After 66.Qeb8! White attacks and wins.
Bf8 67. d6
   Or 67.Qxf4, with equality.
f3 68. d7?
   Better is 68.Qf4, with equality.
f2 69. d8=Q f1=Q
   5 queens! White has 3 queens, Black has 2 queens. But Black has a clear edge, because can attack the white king.
70. Qde7 Qf7
   More precise is 70...Bf7.
71. Qxf7 Bxf7 72. Qf5+
   After 72.Qcg3 Black has only a small edge.
Kg8 73. Qfc8?
   Better is 73.Qf4.
Qf2! 74. Qb4 Bg6 75. Qbc4+ Kh7 76. Qxg4 Bd6
   Or 76...Bf7 with a clear edge to Black.
77. Qce6?
   More stubborn is 77.Qce2.
Bb4
   Black attacks and wins.
78. Qd5 Rc7+ 79. Kd1 Bxd2 80. Qxd2 Qf1+ 81. Qe1 Rc1+ 82. Kxc1 Qxe1+ 0-1











Move
   

Barroso, Ernesto (2440) - Puertas, Diego (2230) [A00]
Valladolid ch Ascenso a Primera/Valladolid (3) 1992

1. h4 a5 2. g4 b5 3. d4 d5 4. f4 e6?
   Better is 4...Bxg4, Black simply grabs the g4-pawn.
5. Nf3 Bd6 6. b3 Ne7 7. e3 c6 8. Bb2 Nd7 9. Nbd2 c5?
   Better is 9...a4.
10. dxc5?!
   Better is 10.Bxb5, here White can win a pawn.
Nxc5?
   Better is 10...Bxc5.
11. Qe2?
   Better is 11.Bxg7.
Ba6 12. Qg2 b4 13. Bxa6 Rxa6 14. O-O?
   Better is 14.Bxg7.
Qb6?!
   Better is 14....h5.
15. Rfe1?!
    Better is 15.Bxg7.
O-O 16. a4 Rc8 17. Rac1 f6
   Better is 17...Bxf4! 18.exf4 Nxb3 with a small edge to Black.
18. Kh2 Nc6 19. Nd4 e5?
   A mistake. Better is 19...Nxd4..
20. Nxc6?
   Here White can win with 20.Qxd5+.
Rxc6?
    Better is 20...Qxc6 with a clear edge to Black..
21. Kh1?
   Again White can take the d5-pawn and win.
exf4?
   Better is 21...e4 with counterplay.
22. Qxd5+ Kf8 23. exf4 Bxf4 24. Ne4?
   Better is 24.Nc4 with a small edge to White.
Nxe4?!
   Better is 21...Ne6.
25. Qxe4= Re6?
   A strange move. Better is 25...Qb8 with equality.
26. Qxe6?
   White wins with 26.Qxf4 due to an extra bishop.
Qxe6 27. Rxe6 Rxe6 28. Rf1 Be5?!
   More precise is 28...Bxd6.
29. Bxe5 Rxe5 30. Kg2 Re2+ 31. Rf2?
   Better is 31.Kg3 Rxc2 32.Rf5. with counterplay.
Rxf2+ 32. Kxf2 Ke7 33. Ke3 Ke6
   The pawn endgame is winning for Black.
34. Kd4 g6?
   Black wins with 34...h5 35.gxh5 f5.
35. Kc5?
    Correct is 35.c4 with equality.
Ke5
   Black wins.
36. Kb5 Kf4?
   A big mistake. Correct is 36...f5, winning. Black simply pushes his passed pawn to queen.
37. Kxa5 Kxg4 38. Kxb4
   Now White can win.
Kxh4 39. Kc5?
   White can win with the simple 39.a5.
Kg3?
   Better is 39...g5 with equality.
40. Kd6?
   Again White can win with the simple 40.a5.
Kf2?
   Better is 40...f5 with equality.
41. Kd7?
   White can win with 41.a5.
Ke2?
   Better is 41...g5.
42. c4
   White can win with 42.a5.
h5 43. b4
   White can win with 43.a5.
g5 44. Kd6 f5 45. Kd7
   Better is 45.c5.
h4 46. c5 f4 47. b5?
   Better is 47...c6 with equality.
g4?
   Better is 47...h3.
48. a5?
   Better is 48.c6 with equality.
h3 49. b6 f3?
   Better is 49...h2 with advantage to Black.
50. c6 h2= 51. a6?
   Correct is 51.c7 with equality.
g3?
   Black can win with 51...f2.
52. a7 g2 53. b7?
   Correct is 51.a8Q with equality.
f2?
   Black can win with 51...g1Q.
54. c7?
   Correct is 54.a8Q.
h1=Q 55. a8=Q g1=Q?
    A mistake. Black wins with 55...Qh7+.
56. b8=Q?
   Better is 56. Qa6+ with equality.
f1=Q?
   Black checkmates after 56...Qg4+ 57.Kd6 Qd4+ 58. Ke6 Qh6+ 59.Kf7 Qdg7+ 60.Ke8 Qhh8#.
57. c8=Q?
   6 queens! But this is a mistake. White checkmates after 57.Qb2+ Kd3 58.Qb3+ Kd4 59.Qaa4.
Qxa8?
    Black checkmates in 3 moves 57...Qf7+ 58.Kd6 Qd4+ 59.Qd5 Qhxd5#.
58. Qxa8?
    White can win with 58.Qc2+.
Qg4+
   Black can checkmate in several moves. Or 58. ..Qf7+, winning.
59. Kc7 Qxc8+?
   Black can win with 59...Qf7+.
60. Qxc8=
   An idiotic game. Almost all moves are mistakes.
Qc1+ 61. Kd8 Qxc8+ 62. Kxc8 1/2-1/2











Move
   

Mackic, Zoran (2400) - Maksimenko, Andrei (2430) [B96]
YUG chT2/Yugoslavia (5) 1994

1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Nc3 a6 6. Bg5 e6 7. f4 Nc6 8. Nxc6 bxc6 9. e5 h6 10. Bh4 g5 11. fxg5 Nd5 12. Nxd5 cxd5?!
   Better is 12...exd5 with equality.
13. Qh5 Qb6 14. Be2?!
   14.Bd3 deserves attention, and White has a small advantage.
Bg7 15. g6 O-O= 16. Bf6 Ra7 17. Bxg7 Kxg7 18. gxf7 Raxf7 19. Qg4+ Kh8 20. O-O-O Qe3+ 21. Kb1 dxe5 22. Rhe1 Rg7?!
   A dubious move. Better is 12... Qg5 with equality.
23. Qb4 Qf4 24. Qd6?
   White obtains a clear edge with 24. Qc5.
e4= 25. Qa3 Rxg2 26. Bxa6?!
   Better is 26.Rf1 with equality.
Bxa6 27. Qxa6 Qe5 28. Rf1
   Better is 28.Re2.
Rb8
   Black has a small edge.
29. Qa3 e3 30. Rf8+ Rxf8 31. Qxf8+ Kh7 32. Qf7+ Rg7 33. Qf3 d4 34. a4 Qf5! 35. Qe2?!
   Better is 35.Qc6.
e5?
   A mistake. Better is 35...Qf2 with a clear edge to Black.
36. a5?
   Correct is 36.Rf1 with equality.
Qf2?
   Better is 36...e4.
37. Qd3+= Kh8 38. Qe4 Qxh2 39. a6 Qf4 40. Qh1?
    A mistake. Better is 40.Qa8+ Kh7 41.Qd5 with equality.
Kh7?
   Black is better after 40...e2.
41. Rf1= Qg4 42. Qd5 e4 43. Qa5?
   Correct is 43.b3 e2 44.Re1 with equality.
d3! 44. a7 d2 45. a8=Q e2
   Black wins.
46. Rf6 d1=Q+ 47. Ka2 e1=Q
   5 queens!
48. Rxh6+ Kxh6 49. Qh8+ Kg6 50. Qa6+ Kf7 51. Qb7+ Qdd7 0-1











Move
   

Brumen, Dinko (2403) - Jurkovic, Ante (2326) [A43]
Bled op (8) 2000

1. d4 e6 2. c4 c5 3. d5 exd5 4. cxd5 d6 5. Nc3 Be7 6. e4 Bf6 7. Bd3 Ne7 8. Nge2 Ng6 9. Ng3 Bg5 10. O-O Bxc1 11. Rxc1 O-O 12. Kh1 Nf4 13. Bb1 Nd7 14. Nce2 Qf6
    More precise is 14...Ng6 or 14...Nxe2, with counterplay.
15. Qd2 Nxe2 16. Nxe2 b6 17. f4 Ba6 18. Rf3 Rae8?!
   Interesting is 18...Rfe8!?.
19. Rcc3?!
    Better is 19.Ng3, with a small edge to White.
Qd8
   19...Bxe2 20.Qxe2 Re7 deserves attention, with equality.
20. Ng3 Bc8 21. Rce3= Nf6
   Interesting is 21...b5, with good counterplay on the queenside.
22. h3 Re7 23. Qd3 Rfe8 24. Rf1 b5 25. b3 Qb6?!
   25...a6 is better.
26. Rfe1
   White has a small advantage.
h5?
   A mistake: Black weakens his kingside. Stronger is 26...Rd8.
27. e5!
   White is better.
c4 28. bxc4 bxc4 29. Qc2 g6?
   More stubborn is 29...Kf8.
30. e6!
   White gets a powerful attack.
Kf8 31. exf7?
   An error. Better is 31.Qc3, winning quickly.
Rxe3 32. fxe8=Q+ Nxe8 33. Rxe3?
    Better is 33.Qf2, with a small edge to White.
Qxe3= 34. Qxg6 Qc1+?!
    Better is 34...Qxf4, with equality.
35. Kh2 Qxf4 36. Qxh5
   White has an advantage.
Ke7 37. Qh7+ Kd8 38. Qxa7 Nf6?
   More stubborn is 38...Bd7.
39. Qa5+ Ke7 40. Bg6?
   White wins with 40.Qc7+ Bd7 41. Bf5.
Bd7 41. Qe1+ Kd8 42. Qa5+ Ke7 43. Qc3 Kd8 44. a4?!
   Mor precise is 44. Bf5.
Nxd5 45. Qa5+ Nc7 46. Qb6 d5
   With counterplay.
47. a5 Ke7?
   47...Bc8 is interesting.
48. Qb8?
   Better is 48.a6 Qd6 49.Qxd6+ Kxd6 50.a7, with advantage.
Qd6
   Black can continue 48...Bb5, with equality.
49. Qg8 Ne6?
   Correct is 49...Qf6, with counterplay.
50. a6 Nc7?!
   More stubborn is 50... Bc6.
51. a7
   Also White can win with 51.Qh7+.
Bc6 52. Qf7+ Kd8 53. h4 c3 54. h5 Kc8 55. h6 c2 56. h7 c1=Q 57. h8=Q+ Kb7 58. a8=Q+
   5 queens!
Kb6 59. Qhb8+ Kc5 60. Qa5+ 1-0











Move
   

Ruecker, Benjamin (2403) - Schumacher, Dennis (2062) [A15]
Hessen-ch U18/Marburg (9) 2000

1. c4 g6 2. Nf3 Bg7 3. g3 d6 4. Bg2 Nf6 5. O-O O-O 6. a4 d5 7. a5 dxc4 8. a6?
   Better is 8.Qa4.
c3?
   Better is 8...Nxa6, with advantage.
9. axb7 cxb2 10. bxa8=Q bxa1=Q 11. d4?
   White can win with 11.Qxb8, with an extra piece.
a5?
   Black can win with 11...Qxb1.
12. d5?
   White can win with 12.Qxb8.
a4?
   Black can win with 12...Qxb1.
13. d6?
   White can win with 13.Qxb8.
a3?
   Black can win with 13...Qxb1.
14. dxc7?
   White can win with 14.Bxa3.
a2?
   Better is 14...Qxc7, with equality.
15. cxb8=Q?
   White can win with 15. cxd8Q.
axb1=Q?
   6 queens! But correct is 15...Qxd1, with equality.
16. Kh1?
   Correct is 16.Qxd8 Rxd8 17.Qc7 Qxa8 18.Qxd8+ Bf8 19.Nd2, and White wins. After the text 16.Kh1? Qxd1 17.Rxd1 Qc2 18.Qxa1 Qxd1+ 19.Ng1 Ng4 Black wins. Another silly game with stupid moves.
1/2-1/2











Move
   

Miton, Kamil (2592) - Benjamin, Joel (2563) [E33]
World op/Philadelphia (7) 2005

1. d4 Nf6 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. c4 e6 4. Nc3 Bb4 5. Qd3 d6 6. a3 Bxc3+ 7. Qxc3 O-O 8. e3 a5 9. Be2 Re8 10. b3 e5 11. d5 Ne7 12. Nd2 Bf5
   Interesting is 12...b5= to counterattack on the queen's wing.
13. O-O c6 14. dxc6 Nxc6 15. Rd1 Rc8= 16. Qb2 Qe7 17. Nb1 b5
   Better is 17...d5!, with equality.
18. Nc3 bxc4 19. bxc4 Ne4 20. Nb5 Red8 21. f3 Nc5 22. e4 Be6 23. Be3 Rb8?!
   Better is 23...a4.
24. Qc3?!
   Better is 24.a4, with a small advantage to White.
a4 25. Rac1 Nb3 26. Rc2 h6 27. f4?!
   More precise is 27.Bf1.
f6
   Black can attack the central pawn with 27...Nc5! to have good play.
28. Qe1
   Better is 28.f5, with equality.
Bf7
   Better is 28...exf4, intending ...Ne5.
29. Qf2 exf4 30. Qxf4 Ne5 31. Nc3 Nc5 32. Nd5 Bxd5
   Black has a small edge with 32...Qe8.
33. cxd5 Rb3?!
   Black has a small edge with 33...Ng6.
34. Bxc5 dxc5 35. Bc4?!
    Better is 35.Qc1, with equality.
Nxc4?!
   Better is 35...Qd6.
36. Rxc4= Rxa3 37. d6?!
   Better is 37.Qc1, with equality.
Qe6?!
   Black has a small edge with 37...Ra2.
38. Rxc5 Rb3 39. Ra5?!
   Better is 39.Qf5, with equality.
a3?!
   Black has a small edge with 39... Rb4.
40. Ra7?!
   Better is 40.e5, with equality.
Rd7?
   A serious mistake. Correct is 40...Qc4, with counterplay.
41. Rxd7 Qxd7 42. e5 Rb2 43. Qc4+ Kh7 44. e6 Qa7+ 45. Qd4 Qb7 46. Qd3+?
   White can win with 46.Qd5.
g6 47. Qf1 a2= 48. e7 Rb1 49. e8=Q a1=Q 50. d7 Qb6+?
   Better is 50.Qba7+ 51.Kh1 Rxd1 52. Qf7+ Kh8 53.Qf8+, with perpetual check.
51. Kh1 Rxd1 52. Qe7+ Kg8 53. d8=Q+
   5 queens!
Qxd8 54. Qxd8+ Rxd8 55. Qxa1
   White wins.
Rc8 56. h4 Rd8 57. Qa2+ Kg7 58. Kg1 Rd7 59. Kf2 Re7 60. Kf3 Rf7 61. Qa8 Re7 62. Qd8 Re5 63. Qd7+ Kf8 64. Qh7 Re6 65. Qh8+ Kf7 66. Qc8 Ke7 67. Qh8 g5 68. Qh7+ Kd6 69. Qg7 Ke5 70. Qxh6 Rd6 71. Qh7 Re6 72. Qh5 1-0











Move
   

Hickl, Joerg (2537) - Sokolov, Ivan (2691) [A07]
Mainz Ordix op (7) 2005

1. g3 d5 2. Nf3 c6 3. Bg2 Bg4 4. b3 Nd7 5. Bb2 Bxf3 6. Bxf3 e5 7. d3 Ngf6 8. O-O h5
   An aggressive move. Possible is 8...Bc5.
9. c4 d4 10. Re1 Bc5?!
    More precise is 10...Bb4, with counterplay.
11. Na3 Bb4 12. Rf1 Nf8?!
    Interesting is 12...a5.
13. Nc2
   White has a small advantage in development.
Be7 14. e3 Ne6 15. exd4 exd4 16. Re1
   Interesting is 16.h4.
Qd7 17. Qd2 h4 18. Rad1 Rd8
   18...a5 deserves attention.
19. b4
   19.Qa5 deserves attention.
Kf8 20. Re2 c5 21. bxc5 Bxc5 22. Nb4 hxg3 23. hxg3 Nc7 24. Rde1
   White has a small advantage with 24.Re5!.
a5 25. Nc2 b6 26. Ba3 Ne6 27. Re5 g6?!
   Better is 27. ..Kg8.
28. Rxe6! fxe6 29. Bxc5+?!
   Better is 29.Qg5! to attack on the kingside with a small edge to White.
bxc5 30. Qxa5 Rc8= 31. Na3?!
   Better is 31.Qb6, with equality.
Kg7?!
   More active is 31...Qh7! with an attack.
32. Re5?!
   Better is 32.Nb5, with equality.
Qe7
   More precise is 32...Qf7!.
33. Nb5 Nd7 34. Re2 Qg5?
   A mistake. Better is 34...e5, with counterplay.
35. Qe1?
   White wins with 35.Nxd4.
e5 36. Nd6?
   Better is 36.Re4 Rce8 37. Nc7 Re7 38.Nd5 Re6, with a small edge to Black.
Rb8?
   Probably time trouble, or simple rapid play. Black can win with the fork 36...Qf6, if 37.Nxc8 then 37. ..Qxf3 and 38...Rh1# or 38...Qh1#.
37. Bg2 Rb6 38. Nb5 Ra6?
   Black is better after 38...Qh5 39.Kf1 Qh2.
39. Rb2?!
   Correct is 39.Nc7, with counterplay.
Rb8
   Or 39...Qh5, with a small edge to Black.
40. Bh3?
    Better is 40.a4 Rxa4 41.Bc6.
Nf6 41. Re2?!
   More stubborn is 41.f3.
e4?!
    Black can win with 41...Qh5! 42.Bg2 Ng4.
42. dxe4 Nh5?
   Better is 42...Ng4, with a clear edge to Black.
43. Bg2 Rab6?
   Correct is 43...Ra4.
44. e5 d3?
   Better is 44... Rd8 45.Nc7 d3 46.Rd2 Rbd8.
45. Rd2?
   Better is 45.Re3 Rd8 46.Qd2, White has a small advantage.
Rxb5?
   Better is 45...Rd8.
46. cxb5 c4 47. e6?
   White has a clear eade after 47.Bc6 Nf4 48.e6.
Rd8?
    Correct is 47...Rxb5.
48. Rd1?! d2 49. Qe4 c3?
   A mistake. Better is 49... Nxg3! 50.Qc4 Qe5 51.e7 Re8, with a small edge to White.
50. b6?
   Correct is 50.e7 with advantage.
Qf5?
   Black wins with the strong 50...Nxg3!.
51. e7 c2?
   More stubborn is 51...Re8.
52. Rf1?
   White wins with 52.exd8Q or 52. Qxc2.
d1=Q 53. exd8=Q Qxd8 54. Qb4 Qd1?
   Black wins with 54...Qdf6 55.b7 c1Q.
55. b7
   White wins.
c1=Q 56. b8=Q
   5 queens!
Qxf1+ 57. Bxf1 Nf6 58. Q4f8+ 1-0











Move
   

Milyaeva, Nina (1949) - Bezgodova, Maria (1936) [C24]
Rudenko Mem/St Petersburg (5) 2005

1. e4 e5 2. Bc4 Nf6 3. d3 d5 4. exd5 Nxd5 5. Ne2 Be6 6. O-O Nc6 7. a3 Qd7 8. Ng3?!
   Better is 8.Nbc3, with equality.
O-O-O 9. Bd2 f6
   Interesting is 9... Nf4!?.
10. b4?!
   White can development the pieces with 10.Nc3.
Nf4=/+ 11. Bb5?
   Better is 11.Bxe6 Nxe6, with a small edge to Black.
Qd5
   Or 11...g5, Black has a clear advantage.
12. Bxf4 Qxb5?
   Better is 12...exf4 13.Nc3 Qe5 14.Nge2 f3, with a clear advantage to Black.
13. Nc3
   White has counterplay.
Qb6 14. Be3 Nd4 15. Nge4?!
   Better is 15.f4.
Qc6 16. Qd2 h5?!
   Better is 16. ..h6 17.f4 f5, with a small edge to Black.
17. Rfb1?
   Better is 17.f4.
h4 18. h3 Bxh3! 19. Bxd4 exd4 20. gxh3 dxc3 21. Qxc3 Qe6 22. Kg2 Rh5 23. Re1?!
   Better is 23.Qb3, but Black has a clear advantage.
f5 24. Nc5 Rg5+?!
   Black can win with 24...Qc6+.
25. Kf1 Qc6 26. Re3?
   Somewhat better is 26.Qc4.
f4 27. Re4 f3?!
   More precise is 27...b6, winning quickly.
28. Qc4 Bxc5 29. bxc5 Rxc5 30. Qf7 Rxc2 31. Qxf3 Qd5 32. Qg4+ Kb8 33. Rd1 g5 34. d4 Rf8 35. f3 Rc3 36. Kg1 b6 37. Rf1 Qf5?!
   Black can win with 37...Rxa3.
38. Re8+ Kb7 39. Rxf8 Qxf8 40. Qxg5 Rc2?
   Better is 40...a5.
41. Qxh4?!
   More precise is 41.Rf2.
Qxa3?
   Better is 41....Re2 with advantage.
42. Qe4+ Rc6 43. d5?!
   Better are 43.Kg2 and 43.h4.
Rd6 44. h4 a5 45. Rd1?!
   Better is 45.Rf2.
b5 46. Rd3 Qc1+
   Black can win easily with 46...Qc5+ 47.Kh2 a4.
47. Kf2 b4?
   Better is 47...Qc5, winning.
48. h5?
   Better is 48.Qd4.
Qh6 49. Qg4 Rb6?
   Correct is 49...Qh8.
50. f4?!
   Better is 50.d6 Rxd6 51.Qe4+.
b3?
   Black can win with 50...Qd6.
51. Qf3 b2 52. d6+ c6 53. d7 b1=Q 54. d8=Q
   With equality.
Rb2+ 55. Rd2 Rxd2+ 56. Qxd2 Qb6+
   More precise is 56...Qg7=.
57. Kg3 Qg1+?
    Better is 57...a4, with equality.
58. Kh3 Qb6 59. Qd7+
   White attacks.
Ka8 60. Qe8+ Ka7 61. Qg6
   Also White can win with 61.f5.
Qh8 62. h6! Qc8+ 63. f5 Qc5 64. h7 Q8f8 65. Kg4?
   Better is 65.f6, winning.
Qc4+?!
   More stubborn is 65...Qd4+.
66. Kh5 Qe7 67. f6
   White can win with 67.Qf2+ Ka6 68.h8Q.
Qe5+ 68. Kh6 Qh4+ 69. Kg7 Qc7+ 70. Kh8
   Or 70.f7, winning.
Qd8+ 71. Qg8 Qd6 72. Qg7+ Kb6 73. f7 Qhe7 74. f8=Q
   5 queens!
Qxg7+ 75. Kxg7 Qe5+ 76. Q8f6 1-0











Move
   

Sano, Tomu (2102) - Nadig, Kruttika (2241) [B92]
Kuala Lumpur op (5) 2008

1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Nc3 a6 6. Be2 e5 7. Nb3 Be7 8. O-O O-O 9. Kh1 Nc6 10. f3 Be6 11. Be3 b5
   Better is 11...d5! with good counterplay.
12. a4 b4 13. Nd5 Bxd5 14. exd5 Na5 15. Qd2?!
   15.f4 is interesting.
Nxb3?!
   Better is 15...Qc7.
16. cxb3 Qa5 17. Bc4
   More precise is 17.Rfd1, with a small edge to White.
Nd7
   More precise is 17...Bd8!?.
18. Rfc1
   Better is 18. Rac1.
f5?
   Better is 18...g6.
19. Be2 Kh8 20. Rc6
   White is better.
Nf6 21. Rd1 Rfb8 22. Qd3?!
   More precise is 22.Bf2.
e4?
   Better is 22...g6.
23. fxe4 fxe4 24. Qc4 Qd8 25. Rxa6 Rxa6 26. Qxa6 Rc8 27. Bc4
   Or 27.a5!, followed by Bb6, winning.
Ng4 28. Bd4?!
   Better is 28.Bb6.
Bf6 29. Bxf6?
    Better is 29.Bb6.
Nxf6 30. Qa7 Rc5 31. Qb7 Ng4 32. Re1 h6 33. Qf7 Ne5?!
    Better is 33...Nf6, and White has only a small advantage.
34. Qf1 Nxc4 35. bxc4 Qe8?
   Better is 35...Qe7.
36. b3 Qe5 37. Qe2 Qc3 38. Qxe4 Rc8 39. Qe3 Qc2 40. h3 Rf8 41. Qe7 Qf2 42. Qe3 Qb2 43. Qg3 Qf6 44. Kh2 Rd8 45. Re6 Qb2 46. Rxd6 Rxd6 47. Qxd6 Qxb3 48. c5
   Or 48.Qf8+, winning.
Qc3 49. c6 b3 50. c7 Kh7 51. Qf4 Qc2 52. d6 b2 53. d7 b1=Q 54. c8=Q?
   White can quickly win with 54. d8Q.
Qcd1 55. d8=Q?
   5 queens! But the text is a mistake, better is 55.Qe8 Qg1+ 56.Kg3 Qd3+ 57.Qf3, with a clear edge to White.
Qg1+
    And Black wins, checkmates.
56. Kg3 Qbe1+ 57. Kf3 Qgf2+ 58. Kg4 Qxg2+ 59. Qg3 Qgxg3+ 0-1











Move
   

Szalanczy, Emil (2354) - Nguyen Thi Mai, Hung (2213) [B90]
Budapest FS IM (2) 2009

1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Nc3 a6 6. Be3 e5 7. Nb3 Be6 8. Qd2 Nbd7 9. f3 Be7 10. g4 O-O 11. g5 Nh5 12. O-O-O Nb6 13. Kb1 Rc8 14. Rg1 g6 15. Qf2 Nc4 16. Bxc4 Rxc4 17. Nd5 Bxd5 18. Rxd5 b5 19. Qd2
   19.Rdg1!? is interesting.
Qc7
   19...Qc8 deserves attention.
20. Rd1 Rc8 21. c3 Rb8?
    Better is 21...Qb8, with a small edge to White.
22. Bc5!
   White is better, if Black takes on c5 then White wins with Rd7, because Black's rook is in danger on c4.
Nf4 23. Bxd6 Bxd6 24. Rxd6 b4?!
   More precise is 24...Rc6.
25. cxb4 Rcxb4 26. Rd8+?!
   Better is 26.Rd7! Qb6 27.Qc3 Rb5 28.R7d6, with a big edge to White.
Kg7 27. Rxb8?!
   White has a clear advantage with 27.Rd7.
Qxb8?!
   Better is 27...Rxb8.
28. Nc5?
   Better is 28.Qd6 with advantage.
Rd4= 29. Qc2 Rxd1+ 30. Qxd1 Qb5 31. Na4?!
   Better is 31.Qd6 Qf1+ 32.Kc2 Qc4+, with equality.
Nh3 32. Nc3 Qc4?!
   Better is 32...Qc5, with a small edge.
33. Qd6= Qf1+ 34. Kc2 Qxf3?!
   Correct is 34...Qh2+ 35.Kb3 Qxh2=.
35. Qxe5+ Kg8 36. b4?!
   Better is 36.Nd5 or 36.Kb3.
Qg2+= 37. Kb3 Nxg5 38. Ka4 Nf3 39. Qf6 h5 40. Ka5 Nxh2 41. a4 Ng4 42. Qd8+ Kh7 43. Kxa6 Qg3 44. Nd5 h4= 45. Qf8 Qf2 46. b5 h3 47. b6 h2?!
   Better is 47...Qf1+, with equality.
48. b7 h1=Q 49. b8=Q Qa1?
   A mistake. Better is 49...Qhf1+.
50. Qbe8?
   Correct is 50.Qg8+ Kh6 51. Qh8+ Qxh8 52.Qxh8+ Kg5 53.a5, winning.
Qg7?
   Better is 50...Nh6=.
51. Qfe7 g5 52. a5 Nh6 53. Qc6?
   White has a clear advantage with 53.Q8d8.
Ng8 54. Qec7 g4= 55. Kb7 g3 56. a6 g2 57. a7 g1=Q 58. a8=Q
   6 queens! An incredible game!
Qb1+ 59. Nb6 Nf6 60. e5 Ng4 61. Qae8 Qff5 62. Qce7 Nh6 63. Kc7= Qbe4 64. Nd5 Qfxe5+ 65. Qxe5 Qgxe5+ 66. Qxe5 Qxe5+ 67. Kd8 Kg7 68. Ne7 Qb8+ 69. Kd7 Qa7+ 70. Kd6 Qa3+ 71. Kd7 Qd3+ 72. Ke8 Qh3 73. Qd5= Qg4 74. Qe5+ f6 75. Qd5 Qa4+ 1/2-1/2











Move
   

Schwetlick, Thomas (2227) - Mantwill, Reiner (1797) [C92]
GER chT8 LH-01 Br4 email 2009

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 a6 4. Ba4 Nf6 5. O-O Be7 6. Re1 b5 7. Bb3 d6 8. c3 O-O 9. h3 Bb7 10. d4 Re8 11. Nbd2 Bf8 12. a4 h6 13. Bc2 exd4 14. cxd4 Nb4 15. Bb1 c5 16. d5 Nd7
   More precise is 16...g6, followed by ...Bg7, with counterplay.
17. Ra3
   Interesting is 17.Nf1.
c4= 18. axb5
   More precise is 18.Ree3 or 18.Nd4.
axb5 19. Nd4 Qb6! 20. Nf5 Ne5 21. Rg3 g6 22. Nf3 Ned3 23. Be3 Qd8 24. Nxh6+ Bxh6 25. Bxh6 Qf6 26. Bxd3 Nxd3 27. Re2 b4 28. Bg5 Qg7= 29. Rg4 Nxb2 30. Qc2?!
   Better is 30.Qd4, with equality.
Ba6?!
   30... Na4!? deserves attention.
31. e5! dxe5 32. d6= c3 33. Re3 Reb8 34. Nxe5 b3 35. Qe4 Bb7 36. Qf4 Ra4 37. Qg3 Nc4 38. Rxc4 Ra1+ 39. Kh2 b2 40. Rb4 c2 41. Rxb7 b1=Q 42. Rxb8+ Qxb8 43. Rc3 f6 44. d7 fxg5 45. Rc8+ Kh7 46. d8=Q c1=Q?
    5 queens! However better is 46...Qxc8 47.Qxc8 c1Q 48.Qxc1 Rxc1 49. Qxg5, with equality.
47. Rxc1 Qxd8 48. Rxa1 Qd4 49. Ra5 Qf4 50. Nf3 Qxg3+ 51. fxg3 g4 52. Ng5+ Kh6 53. h4 Qd4 54. Ra8 Qb6 55. Rf8 Kg7 56. Rf7+ Kg8 57. Rf4 Qa7 58. Rxg4
   White wins, because can grab the last black pawn.
Qd7 59. Rf4 Qd6 60. Nh3 Qd7 61. Rc4 Qf5 62. Rc6 Kf7 63. Rd6 Qe5 64. Rd2 Qa5 65. Rd4 Qc5 66. Rg4 Kg7 67. Nf4 Kh7 68. Rg5 Qb6 69. Nxg6 Kh6 70. Ne5 Kh7 71. h5 Qe3 72. Nf3 Qe2 73. g4 Qe7 74. Kg3 Qd8 75. Re5 Kg7 76. g5 Qc7 77. Kh4 Qf7 78. h6+ Kh7 79. Re4 Qc7 80. g3 Qd7 81. Rf4 1-0











Move
   

Lamorelle, Julien (2342) - Tran, Tuan Minh (2295) [C18]
Budapest FS IM (8) 2011

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3. Nc3 Bb4 4. e5 c5 5. a3 Bxc3+ 6. bxc3 Qc7 7. Bd2 b6 8. Qg4 g6 9. Bb5+ Bd7 10. Bd3 c4 11. Be2 Ba4 12. Kd1
   Interesting is 12.Ra2.
Nc6 13. h4 h5
   Black has counterplay.
14. Qf3 O-O-O 15. Bg5 Rd7 16. Nh3 Kb7 17. Qf4 Rh7 18. Kd2 Nce7 19. f3
   Interesting is 19.Rhb1.
Nc6 20. g4 Na5?
   Better is 20...Qc8.
21. Bf6! Nxf6 22. Qxf6 Qc8 23. Ng5 Rh8 24. gxh5 gxh5 25. f4 Qe8 26. f5 Re7 27. Raf1
   White is better thanks to the pressure on the kingside.
Ka6 28. fxe6 fxe6 29. Nf7
   29.Rhg1 is good.
Rg8 30. Bxh5?
   A mistake. Correct is 30.Nd6, with a clear edge to White.
Bxc2!=
   Black counterattacks with a bishop sacrifice.
31. Kxc2 Qa4+ 32. Kd2 Qxa3 33. Ng5 Qb2+ 34. Ke3 Qxc3+ 35. Kf4 Qxd4+ 36. Kg3 Rgg7?
   An error. Correct is 36... Nc6, with counterplay.
37. Kh3! c3 38. Nxe6 Rxe6 39. Be2+
   White can take the rook with 39.Qxe6, winning.
Nc4 40. Bxc4+
   Again White can win with Qxe6.
Qxc4 41. Qxg7 c2 42. Qg4 d4 43. Qe4?
   A mistake. Better 43.Rf2, winning.
Rc6 44. Ra1+?!
   Better is 44.Rc1.
Kb5= 45. Rhf1?!
   Better is 45.Ra3.
d3 46. Qe3 Qc3 47. e6?
   A mistake. Correct is 47 47.Rfb1+ cxb1Q 48.Rxb1+=.
d2
   And Black wins.
48. Rf5+ Kb4 49. Rf4+ Kb3 50. Rf3 c1=Q 51. e7 d1=Q 52. e8=Q
   5 queens!
Qxf3+ 0-1











Move
   

Anton Guijarro, David (2469) - Franco Alonso, Alejandro (2454) [A17]
Elgoibar (6) 2011

1. Nf3 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nc3 b6 4. g3 Bb7 5. Bg2 Be7 6. O-O O-O 7. Re1 Ne4 8. Nxe4 Bxe4 9. d3 Bb7 10. e4 c5 11. d4 cxd4 12. Nxd4 Nc6 13. Bf4 Nxd4 14. Qxd4 Bc5 15. Qd2 Qe7 16. a3 e5
   With counterplay.
17. Be3 a5 18. Rad1 Bc6 19. Bh3 Ra7 20. Bg5 f6 21. Be3 a4 22. Bf1 Qe6= 23. Qd3 Rc8 24. h4 Rac7 25. Kh2 Qe7 26. Rd2 Bxe3 27. Qxe3 Qc5 28. Qf3 Rf8
   More precise is 28...f5! 29.Qxf5 Rf8, with equality.
29. Qg4 Rcc8
   Interesting is 29...g6.
30. h5 Rce8
    Interesting is 30...Rf7.
31. Re3 Re6 32. Qd1 Re7 33. Bh3 Rff7?!
   Better is 33...Qxc4=.
34. Bf5 Qxc4 35. Rc3 Qb5 36. Kg2
   36.h6 deserves attention, with a small edge to White.
Rf8 37. Qg4 Kh8 38. Rcd3 Qc4 39. Rd6 Bb5 40. Bxd7 Qf1+ 41. Kh2 Bxd7 42. Rxd7 Rxd7 43. Qxd7 h6?!
   Better is 43...Qe1, with only a small edge to White.
44. Qe7?
   White has a clear advantage with 44.Qxa4.
Rg8 45. Qd6 Qe1= 46. Qb4 b5 47. Kg2 Kh7 48. Rd5 Qe2 49. Rd7 Rc8?
   Better is 49...Qg4=.
50. Rxg7+! Kxg7 51. Qe7+ Kg8 52. Qe6+ Kg7 53. Qd7+ Kf8 54. Qxc8+ Ke7 55. Qf5?
   Better is 55.Qc5.
Qxb2?
   A serious mistake. Better is 55...b4, with counterplay.
56. Qh7+ Ke6 57. Qxh6 b4 58. Qg6 bxa3 59. h6 a2 60. h7 a1=Q 61. Qf5+?
   White quickly wins with 61.h8Q, because he can attack and checkmate the black king.
Kd6 62. h8=Q Kc5
   White is better.
63. Qf8+ Kc4 64. Qe6+
   White can take the f6 pawn with 64.Q8xf6.
Kd3 65. Qfxf6 Qd4 66. Qf3+ Kd2 67. Qh6+ Kc2 68. Qc6+ Kb1 69. g4 Qab2 70. g5 a3 71. g6 a2 72. g7 a1=Q 73. g8=Q
   6 queens!
Qaa3 74. Qgg3?
   Better is 74.Qcf6, and White is better.
Qxf3+?
   A mistake. Better is 74...Qdxf2+! 75.Qgxf2 (or 75.Qfxf2 Qxg3+ 76.Kxg3 Qc3+ 77. Qxc3 Stalemate) 75...Qxf3+ 76.Kf3 Qc3+ 77.Qe3, with a slight edge to White.
75. Qxf3 Qc2 76. Qb5+ Qcb2?
   Better is 76...Kc1.
77. Qfd3+?
   White can win with 77.Qf1+ Ka2 78.Qg4.
Qxd3 78. Qxd3+ Kc1 79. Kf3 Qd4 80. Qe2 Qd6 81. Qc4+ Kd2?
   Correct is 81...Kb2, and White has a small advantage due to an extra pawn.
82. Qd5+ 1-0











Move
   

Ivanov, Daniil (1968) - Vodolazhenko, Nikolay (1971) [E65]
Kislovodsk op (6) 2013

1. d4 Nf6 2. Nf3 d6 3. c4 g6 4. g3 Bg7 5. Bg2 O-O 6. O-O Nbd7 7. Nc3 c5 8. e4 cxd4 9. Nxd4 Ne5 10. b3 Rb8
   10...Bd7 deserves attention.
11. Bb2 a6 12. h3?!
   Better is 12.Nd5, with a small edge to White.
Qb6= 13. Na4 Qa7 14. Nc2?!
   Better is 14.Re1, with counterplay.
b5!
   Black takes the initiative.
15. Bd4 Qc7 16. cxb5 axb5 17. Nb2 Nc6 18. Be3?
   A mistake. Better is 18.Rc1, Black has a small advantage.
Nxe4
   Black grabs a pawn.
19. Bxe4 Bxb2 20. Rb1 Bg7 21. Bg2 Bb7
   Black is better.
22. Nd4 Nxd4 23. Bxd4 e5 24. Bb2 Bxg2 25. Kxg2 Qb7+ 26. Kh2 d5 27. Qe2?!
   White could try 27.f4.
f6
   Here 27...d4 is strong.
28. Rfd1 Rfd8 29. Rbc1 Rbc8?
   Better is 29...d4, with a huge edge to Black due to an extra passed pawn in the center.
30. Qf3?
   Better is 30. Rxc8 Rxc8 31. a4, trying to get counterplay on the queen's wing.
Rxc1 31. Rxc1 Qb6?!
   Better is 31...f5, with an armada of Black's pawns in the centre.
32. Bc3 b4?!
   Better is 32...Bh6.
33. Be1 f5 34. Qe2 e4 35. Bd2 Kh8
   Interesting is 35...h6.
36. Bg5 Ra8 37. Qd2 Bc3 38. Rxc3! bxc3 39. Qxc3+ Kg8?
   Better is 39... d4 with advantage.
40. Be3
   Here White has some compensation for the exchange, attacking on the dark squares.
Qb7 41. a4 Rb8?
   A mistake. Better is 41... Kf7.
42. Qe5!
   White is better.
h5?
   More stubborn is 42...Kf7 43.Bd4 Qc8.
43. Bd4
   Also good is 43.a5.
Kh7 44. b4
   And here 44.a5 is very strong.
Rg8 45. b5
   White wins, pushing his pawns forward.
Qf7 46. a5 h4 47. a6 hxg3+ 48. Qxg3 g5 49. b6 f4 50. Qg4 e3 51. b7 Re8 52. a7 e2 53. b8=Q e1=Q 54. a8=Q
   5 queens!
Rxb8 55. Qxb8 Qee8 56. Qxe8
   More precise is 56.Qb1+! Kh6 57.Qb6+ Qg6 58.h4.
Qxe8 57. Qxg5 Qf7 58. Be5 f3 59. h4 d4 60. Bxd4 Qc7+ 61. Be5 Qa7 62. Kg3
   White checkmates quickly after 62.Qh5+ Kg8 63.Qg6+ Kf8 64. Bd6+ Qe7 65. Qf6+.
Qf7 63. h5 Qg8 64. Qxg8+ Kxg8 65. Kxf3 Kh7 66. Kg4 Kh6 67. f4 Kh7 68. Bb2 Kg8 69. Bc1 Kh7 70. Kg5 Kg7 71. f5 Kf7 72. h6 Kg8 73. Kg6 Kh8 74. f6 Kg8 75. Bb2 Kf8 76. h7 Ke8 77. h8=Q+ Kd7 78. f7 Kc6 79. f8=Q Kd5 80. Qd8+ Kc6 81. Qh1+ Kc5 82. Qc1+ Kb4 83. Qb8+ Ka4 84. Qa1+ 1-0











Move
   

Arnaudov, Petar G (2442) - Moser, Eva (2436) [A80]
Max Gutmann Memorial/Augsburg 2013

1. d4 f5 2. Bg5 h6 3. Bh4 g5 4. e3 Nf6 5. Bg3 d6 6. h4 g4 7. Bd3 Nc6 8. Ne2 e5 9. Bb5 Qe7 10. c4 Bd7 11. Nbc3 Bg7 12. d5 Nd8 13. Bxd7+ Qxd7 14. Qc2 O-O 15. e4?! f4 16. Bh2 Nh5 17. O-O-O Nf7 18. f3! g3 19. Bg1 Qe7 20. Kb1 Bf6 21. Nc1 Nh8 22. b4?! Ng6 23. c5 Nxh4 24. Nb3 b6! 25. Rc1 Ng7 26. Nb5 h5 27. a4 Qd7 28. Qe2 Rfc8 29. a5? bxc5! 30. bxc5 a6? 31. c6 Qe7 32. Na7?! Rcb8 33. Ka2 Rb4?! 34. Rxh4?! Bxh4 35. Rc4 Rbb8 36. Ra4 Bf6 37. Qxa6 h4 38. Qb7 Qf7 39. a6 h3! 40. gxh3 Qh5 41. Nb5 Ne8 42. Nxc7 Nxc7 43. Qxc7 Qxf3 44. Bb6 Qg2+ 45. Ka3 Qxh3 46. a7 Re8 47. Qb7 f3 48. Bc7 f2 49. Bb8 f1=Q 50. Qxa8 g2 51. Qb7 g1=Q 52. a8=Q
   5 queens!
Qc5+ 53. Qb4 Qa1+ 0-1


Five Queens on the Board: the chess game Arnaudov, Petar G (2442) - Moser, Eva (2436) [A80], Max Gutmann Memorial, Augsburg (5) 2013. Notes by Boris Schipkov, 10.01.2014

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