Not a tactician?
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|2013-11-21 17:48:05||nune||1587||Not exactly a "tactical"
problem, though Rd1 is positionally very
good for white.||
|2013-11-21 21:42:06||chessisajedrez||1742||@nune - I thought Rd7 forces the fall of
b6 but it doesn't. After Kf8, white
advances his f pawn, breaks the pawn
formation and uses the R+B to attack
there. Got the "solution"
right, wrong about b6(?!). IMO "no
|2013-11-22 22:54:49||grom43||1804||@chessisajedrez and @nune. Looking at
this on chessboard is quite instructive.
The GM playing Black chose ...Rd7,
obviously, preserving draw. But why does
Rc8? lose? Rd1-d7, yes. b6-pawn
unimportant. It's the h-pawn we want
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