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|2013-12-16 13:40:32||SteelyGlint||1556||Don't really get this one. I can't see
a mate or a perp after 1...Nf4+ 2 Kf1,
so maybe Black is simply trying to
hoover up White's Ps.||
|2013-12-16 15:46:02||Bisonratte||1501||@ SteelyGlint, its a really hard one
under time pressure. after the double
check, black captures the bishop (with
check) and then the pawn on h5. black
has then always threats against the
king, so white must give perpetual.||
|2013-12-16 16:43:34||grom43||1861||@SteelyGlint. At first I thought the
white Q was on d8 (not e8) and you
missed a mate. But no, 2.Kf1 Qg2+ 3.Ke1
Nd3+ 4.Kd1 Nb2+ fails because Bd4.||
|2013-12-16 19:17:29||chessisajedrez||1758||@@SteelyGlint. - Under time pressure it
challenges you to verify there is no
mate in the position, thus the capture.||
|2014-12-30 15:59:09||Bisonratte||1501||still not easy to see that black needs
to capture one of the pawns to hold the
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