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|2013-03-26 18:00:25||flatman||1451||Yet another problem with 2 methods to
win convincingly. In addition to the
solution given, you could also play
1...Rxe1+ 2. Qxe1 Qxd5 (threatening mate
on g2) 3. Nf3 Qxc4 =+. To me, this looks
slightly better than the given solution.
But in any case, pleas||
|2013-03-26 19:23:25||nune||1570||1...Rxe1+ 2. Qxe1 Qxd5 is met by 3.Qf1,
protecting g2 and c4.||
|2014-01-15 20:28:55||novva||1505||IMO, It's a good problem with NO dual
solutions. 1...Qxd5 2.Rxe8+ Rxe8 3.Qf1
Re1! Unfortunately we can't play the
solution all the way to 3...Re1! because
3...Re4 would also be good enough to
|2016-01-24 09:32:38||Bisonratte||1549||double attack||
|2017-03-15 23:42:38||chessisajedrez||1747||Way short. It took me long to see
...RxRe8+, RxRe8 Qf1 (to defend the R
and the mate) Re1!! pinning the Q||
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