Samsonoff

If Black's King Knight did not guard his Rook three, and if White's King Knight were not in the way, White could mate by playing B KR6. Watch how quickly the obstacles vanish If Black's King Knight did not guard his Rook three, and if White's King Knight were not in the way, White could mate by playing B KR6. Watch how quickly the obstacles vanish

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Wherever I thought it would help, I have elaborated the pure description of moves. For example, 9 QxPch might tend to make you look wildly around to see which Pawn the Queen does capture with check. It is easier to find the Pawn when the move reads 9 QxP B6 ch, or 9 QXBPch. Castling on the King side is indicated by O O, on the Queen side by O O O. Three dots in front of a move, either in the game or the notes signifies that the reference is to a move made by Black, thus 6 . . . Kt B4. Leaving...

Chess Lukomski Podebin

Do not let improbable names mislead you Very often they are attached to exquisite bits of play. Lukomski unleashes an attack as though his name were Marshall who incidentally was fond of this game . P Q4 P QB4 Kt QB3 P K4 P K5 Q Kt4 PxKt Kt KB3 P K3 P QKt3 B Kt5 Kt K5 KtxKt Offering a Rook which his opponent does not dare touch. If 8 . . . BxR 9 QxKtP, R B1 10 B Kt5, P Kfe3 11 BxP, RxB 12 PxR, and Black is finished. On 10 . . . P Q3 11 Q B3 wins a piece.