
Decription of piece symbols


Capitals (K, Q, ..., P) describe white pieces; Small letters (k, q, ..., p) describe black pieces. 
White:King e1; Queen a1; Rook c1, h1; Knight b1, d1; Bishop f1, g1; Pawn a2, b2, c2, d2, e2, f2, g2, h2.
Black: King e8; Queen a8; Rook c8, h8; Knight b8, d8; Bishop
f8, g8; Pawn a7, b7, c7, d7, e7, f7, g7, h7.
1.Nbc3 2.e5 Ne6 3.f3 e4 Ne3 4.d5 d4 d:c3 c:d2+ 5.K:d2 Ba6 B:b7 B:a8 Nc4 6.Nf4 Kd7 Nc6 Na5 R:a8 Nc4+ 7.Ke1 b4 Q:e5 Q:f4 e5 Q:c4 Qd4+
8.Bd6 c5 c:d4 Rc8 R:c2 Rc3 B:b4 R:c1++ 9.Ke2 B:d4 R:c1 Rc8 R:g8 R:g7 R:h7 R:h8 Rh3
10.Resigns 10
1.b3 2.e5 f5 3.Qd4 Q:a7 Q:a8
4.b5 Bd5 B:a8 d5 5.c4 c:d5 R:c7 R:c8 Nb2
6.f4 f3 B:d5 f:e2 B:g2 e:f1=Q# 01
1.e4 2.Ne6 b5 3.f4 f5 f:e6 4.d5 d:e4 f5 B:e6
1.Ne3 2.Nbc6 e5 3.Nc4 Nb6 N:a8 4.Nd4 Nb3 N:a1 f6 5.Nc3 Nb5 N:a7 N:c8 N:c7+
6.Kf7 Bd6 B:c7 Nb3 N:c1 g5
7.Nb6 N:d7 b4 Kd1 K:c1 Kb2 g3
8.e4 e3 e:d2 d1=Q Kg6 Bf4 Bd2 Qc1# 01
1.e4 2.c5 c4 3.Nbc3 a4 a5 4.b5 b4 b:c3 Q:e4+ 5.Be2 Qa4 b:c3 Q:c4 Q:e4
6.d5 d:e4 R:c3 R:c2 R:c1 Kd7
7.h4 Rh3 Rc3 R:c1 Nc3 N:e4 Bb5+
8.Ke6 Ke5 h5 Rh6 Rc6 Ne6 Nf4 R:c1# 01
1.g3 2.c6 h5 3.a4 Ne3 Nc3 4.h4 h:g3 g2 g:f1=R+
1.Nbc3 2.e5 Ne6 3.e4 Ne3 Be2 4.h5 d5 d4 d:e3
5.Bg4 B:e6 B:c8 B:b7 B:a8 6.Rh6 Rf6 R:f2 f6 Bc4 Rf1# 01
1.e4 2.f5 e5 3.f4 f:e5 d3 4.f:e4 e3 Be6 Bb4+
5.c3 c:b4 B:e3 Nf2 Nc3
6.Rf8 R:f2 b6 Q:g2 Q:h1 Q:f1# 01
1.b4 2.d5 e5 3.f4 e4 Bb5+
4.c6 c:b5 Ndc6 d:e4
5.Bb6 f:e5 e6 Qf6 Q:f7??
Pfeiffer thought there was a knight on g8. Later he found that he could have mated: 5.Bc5 f:e5 e6 Q:g7 Q:f8#
6.B:f7 Bh5 a:b6 Qa3 Qf3 Qe2# 01
1.b4 2.a5 a:b4 3.a3 a:b4 Q:a8 4.Nbc6 R:a8 N:b4 f5
1.e4 2.b6 f6 3.Be2 Nbc3 Bh5+ 4.Bf7 Bh5 b5 b4 5.a3 a:b4 Q:a7 Q:a8 Ne3
6.Nc6 N:b4 R:a8 Ra1 R:c1+
7.Ned1 e5 e6 Nb5 N:c7# 10
1.Ndc3 2.b5 h5 3.e4 B:b5 f4 4.c6 c:b5 R:c3 Re3+
1.b4 2.e5 f5 3.Qd4 Q:a7 Q:a8 4.Nbc6 R:a8 b5 d5
5.Ne3 N:d5 Nb6 N:a8 d3
1.b4 2.b5 f6 3.Qd4 Qd5 Q:a8
Qd4 Q:a7 Q:a8 would have taken an extra pawn. (HB)
4.Bd5 B:a8 B:g2 B:h1
5.Bg2 B:h1 e4 f4 Kf2
Trying
to avoid future attacks from black g pawn, but white is playing too defensively.
6.e5 B:b4 B:d2 B:f4 B:h2 B:g1+
(!) That was good,
because: 1. blocks the dangerous white epawn; 2. leaves white bishop at
h1 almost out of the game; 3. stops several mating lines; 4. takes 4 pawns
in a single move (this will reveal decisive); note that the rook in c1
could also be taken, but the g1 Bishop would remain very effective against
black pawns.
7.Ke2 Ndc3 N:b5 N:a7 N:c8 R:g1 Re1
A good defensive
move, thinking about a possible invasion of black h1 Rook.
8.Nbc6 Nb4 N:a2 Nb4 N:c2 N:e1 d6 Kf7
(!) Now
the King is protecting the 4 most important pieces (d and e pawns, rook
and knight) against white Knight sequences. Trying to defend black e1 Knight
would lead to complications, as also trying to promote black g7 pawn.
9.Nc3 Nd5 N:c7 Ne6 N:g7 Ne7 Ng6 K:e1 N:h8+
10.K:g7 K:h8 Kg7 Ne6 Ng5 N:e4 Ng3 N:a1 d5 d4 11.Resigns 01 [comments:
Montero]
1.e4 2.f5 f4 3.f3 a4 a5 4.Bc4 B:f1 Ba6 d6 5.b4 b5 b:a6 a:b7 b:a8=Q
6.Na6 R:a8 Rb8 R:b1 R:a1 R:c1
7.Bd4 B:g7 B:f8 Bg7 B:h8 Bb2 B:c1 [7.e5 e6 c4 c5 c:d6 d7# (apf)]
8.d5 d:e4 e:f3 f:g2 f3 Nc5 Ne4 g:h1=Q# 01
1.e4 2.f5 f:e4 3.Ndc3 Nb5 N:c7+
1.e4 2.e5 a6 3.B:a6 B:b7 B:a8 4.Ba3 B:b2 B:a1 Ne6 5.Bb7 B:c8 Nbc3 R:a1 Ne3 6.f5 f4 f:e3 Ke7 Nd4 N:c2+
7.Ke2 d:e3 Rb1 Ba6 R:b8 R:g8 R:h8
8.g5 g4 g3 g:h2 h:g1=Q Q:h1 Na3 Kf7
9.f3 f4 f5 f6 g4 g5 Rg8 Bb7 Bd5# 10
1.b3 2.e5 Nbc6 3.a4 Qa3 Q:f8+ 4.K:f8 f5 b5 b:a4
5.e3 Bb5 B:c6 B:a8 b:a4
6.e4 h5 Bc4 Ne6 Nf4 N:g2# 01