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Here are some chess puzzles from the games of Vadim Milov.
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)
Vadim Milov vs Rene Hirzel, Biel, 1993
r1b1r3/2q2pkp/p4np1/1pNp2Q1/8/P1N2P2/1PP3P1/3R1RK1 w - - 0 1
[ Qxf6+ ]

b)
Vadim Milov vs Grzegorz Lukasiewicz, Geneva, 1996
q1r3k1/p3nppp/3b1n2/3pp3/Q2P4/4P2P/PPR2PP1/2R1B1K1 w - - 0 1
[ Rxc8+ if Nxc8 Qc6 ]

c)
Vadim Milov vs Roberto Rodriguez, New York, 1997
r1b2rk1/pp3ppp/2np4/q2P4/Qb6/3B4/PP2NPPP/R1B2RK1 w - - 0 1
[ Qxa5 Nxa5 Rb1 ]

d)
Vadim Milov vs Tatev Abrahamyan, Minneapolis, 2005
r2q1rk1/1b2bppp/p7/n2B4/8/5NB1/P4PPP/2RQ1RK1 w - - 0 1
[ Bxb7 w/Rc7 if Na5 Qe1 or if Nc5 Qxd8 ]

e)
Vadim Milov vs Joshua Friedel, Oak Brook, 2007
4rr2/pbp1qpk1/1pnp2pp/8/2PPPQ1P/2PB1RN1/P5P1/R5K1 w - - 0 1
[ Nh5+ if gxh5 Rg3+ Kh7 e5+ ]

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