Kraemer 1792

  
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Thibault de Vassal    (2009-08-04 18:46:36)
Kraemer, 1792

A great chess problem that I saw on the Susan Polgar chess blogspot...
http://susanpolgar.blogspot.com/

White to move and win !

ChessPosition (see diagram)


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Benjamin Block    (2009-08-05 07:56:53)
hmm

Im not a very good chess player but it would not be many ways to play (only a bishop. The first move i looked on was c8 but then black block easy with g3. Okey then we can play d6 i found yes it work good. Black block with c3. okey now that move also was closed. But then we play Bishop to a3 and black cant stop.


Laurent Garches    (2009-10-01 20:38:09)
Solution

What is the solution please ?


Luc-Olivier Leclerc    (2009-12-31 04:35:57)
.... Solution.

I think it 1. Bf8 Rg3 2. Bd6 Nf3 3.Ba3 anything 4.Bb2 mate. and that is all. damn title, I had a good explaination.


Thibault de Vassal    (2010-01-04 20:43:38)
Solution : Kraemer, 1792

Oops, sorry for the delay... If I remember well the solution starts with Bf8 .. so Luc-Olivier is probably right!


Zeljko Cirovic    (2010-02-08 10:22:25)
Kraemer, 1792

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