'Sac&Mate' - 1,000 sacs that end in mate



Here are some chess puzzles from the games of Jaroslav Sajtar.
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)
Jaroslav Sajtar vs Rudolf Keller, Chocen, 1942
2r3k1/p1n1q1pp/bp2p3/4Nr2/Pb6/5PP1/1B1Q2BP/3RR2K w - - 0 1
[ Nc6 if Bxd2 Nxe7+ w/Nxf5 & Ba3+ ]

b)
White mates in 9.
Jaroslav Sajtar vs M Dietze, Prague, 1943
3b1rk1/1bqr1pp1/ppp1p2p/4P2Q/1PPPB2P/P5P1/1B3R1K/5R2 w - - 0 1
[ Qg6 if f5 exf6 & if Rff7or Bxf6 Qh7+ ]

c)
Jiri Fichtl vs Jaroslav Sajtar, Prague, 1943
2rr2k1/1b2bpp1/p2ppn1p/1pq1n3/3NPQ2/PPN3PP/1BPR1PB1/5RK1 b - - 0 1
[ ...Nfg4 w/...Bg5 ]

d)
Ruzena Sucha vs Jaroslav Sajtar, Prague, 1943
q1r2rk1/B5pp/2N1b3/3n1p2/QP2pb2/P4P2/2R1B1PP/5RK1 b - - 0 1
[ ...Be3+ w/...Bxa7 ]

e)
Jaroslav Sajtar vs Cenek Kottnauer, Prague, 1946
r5k1/5ppp/3P4/p2p1PPQ/1ppP4/1nP1r3/6P1/5RK1 w - - 0 1
[ g6 if hxg6 fxg6 f6 Qxd5+ ]

f)
Jaroslav Sajtar vs E Joppen, Amsterdam, 1954
8/4kp1p/p2p1b1P/2nPpK2/2P1P3/4BP2/2B5/8 w - - 0 1
[ Bxc5 w/d6+ ]

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