Here are some chess puzzles from the games of the 2019 Russian Women's Team CH.
The color disk on the diagram indicates who moves first.

Solutions are between the brackets under each puzzle.
Drag your cursor from one bracket to the other.

a)
Anna Ushenina vs Ekaterina Borisova, Sochi, 2019
4k2r/4b2p/2q1Qp2/4p1p1/1p2b1P1/1P2P2P/1B2BP2/3R2K1 w k - 1 0
[ Bb5 Qxb5 Rd1 if Qd7 Rc8+ ]

b)
White mates in 6.
Evgenija Ovod vs Dinara Dordzhieva, Sochi, 2019
6rk/p5p1/3R3p/2p3q1/2P1b3/1PB3p1/P2Q3P/6K1 w - - 1 0
[ Rxh6+ ]

c)
Anastasia Bodnaruk vs Anna Ushenina, Sochi, 2019
k2r3r/pp6/5p2/3N1P2/1P2b1p1/P5B1/5K1P/2R1nB2 w - - 1 0
[ Nc7+ Kg8 Ne6+ Ka8 Nxd8 ]

d)
White mates in 4.
Karina Azimova vs Kamaliya Bulatova, Sochi, 2019
5r2/pkp3p1/1pN3Qp/nP1p4/3P4/q1P5/P1K1RP2/4R3 w - - 1 0
[ Nxa5+ ]

e)
Alexandra Kosteniuk vs Anastasia Bodnaruk, Sochi, 2019
7k/7p/3p2p1/3qp3/1P6/P5P1/5Q1P/6K1 w - - 1 0
[ Qf8+ Qg8 Qxg8+ Kxg8 b5 ]

2019 Russian Women's Team CH Puzzles, Part II.
The color disk on the diagram indicates who moves first.
a)
Darya Filippova vs Karina Azimova, Sochi, 2019
r6k/1pp2rpp/3p4/7n/pnPP2R1/2N1Bq1P/PP1Q1P2/2K3R1 w - - 1 0
[ Ne4 if Nf4 Ng5 Ne2+ Kd1 ]

b)
White mates in 3.
Dinara Dordzhieva vs Anastasiya Protopopova, Sochi, 2019
5r1k/p7/3NP2q/2p1b3/3p4/1P6/P4PQP/6RK w - - 1 0
[ Nf7+ if Kh7 Qe4+ ]

c)
Marina Guseva vs Zhanna Shendrik, Sochi, 2019
5k2/4rp2/3qb2p/3p1Bp1/3N4/4P2P/1Q3PP1/6K1 w - - 1 0
[ Nb5 ]

d)
Ekaterina Diakonova vs Emilia Zavivaeva, Sochi, 2019
6k1/6p1/p4Q2/1p1pnP2/1P1q4/P2p2RK/2r4P/R7 b - - 0 1
[ ...Rxh2+ Kxh2 Ng4+ Rxg4 Qxf6 Rf1 d2 ]


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