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Nick Voudouris    (2013-11-08 10:01:50)
White to play and win - Another Problem

ChessPosition (see diagram) White to play and win


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Stanislas Gounant    (2013-11-11 18:40:57)
White to play and win - Another Problem

1. Bb4+ Nd6 2. Bxd6+ Kg8 3. f7+ Kg7 4. f8=Q#


Nick Voudouris    (2013-11-12 09:46:59)
White to play and win - Another Problem

What about 1... c5 ?


Ger Hanssen    (2013-11-13 22:39:48)
White to play and win - Another Problem

White's choices are very limited. 1.f7 seems the only first move, but how to stop the c pawn from advancing?


Esa Kurniawan    (2014-02-16 23:03:08)
White to play and win - Another Problem

1. Bb4+ Nd6 2. Bxd6+ Kg8 3. f7+ Kg7 4. Be5#


Gintautas Stulgis    (2014-03-17 16:04:46)
White to play and win - Another Problem

1 Bb4+ c4 !! ( stupid 1 .. Nd6 ???)


Philip Roe    (2014-10-18 19:50:46)
White to play and win - Another Problem

Nick, Are you going to clear this up? f7 is the only possible start. Then Black has Bd2 forcing Bxd2 Nxd2. White can try 3 Kd7 hoping for c4? 4.Ke6! c3 5. g7+ Kxg7 6.Ke7 winning, but 3...Ne4 seems to hold, threatening at least to draw with Ne4-g5xf7, for example after Kxc6. So White might try 4.Ke6 Ng5+ 5.Kf6 but then Ne4+. Is there really a win?









 

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