Novak,Ivan - White wins
Pravda, 2008

In 2008 in Bratislava, the Slovakian master Ivan Novak decided to solve studies by the Czech composer Ladislav Prokes. It was a formidable task because Novak could not use his sight. He is legally blind. When he came across the Prokes/Duras study, he solved it the same way as Noam Elkies did two years later. He didn't consider Prokes's 7.f3 and came up with 7.Qxd3+. To eliminate the Prokes's version, Novak removed the black d-pawn and swang the windmill in two directions. His idea was published in the Pravda newspaper.

1.f4+ Kg4 2.Qg3+ Kf5 3.Qg5+ Ke4 4.Qxe5+ Kf3 5.Qe3+ Kg4 6.Qg3+ Kf5 7.Qxd3+!
[The Prokes/Duras solution 7.f3? does not work because of 7...Qxd5 8.Qg5+ Ke6 9.Qxg6+ Kd7 and the black king escapes.]

7...Kf6 8.Qc3+ Kf5 9.Qe5+ Kg4 10.Qg5+ Kf3 11.Qg2+! Kxf4 12.Qg3+ Ke4 13.Qe3+ Kxd5
[13...Kf5 14.Qf3+ wins]

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