|2009-10-12 15:57:06||Aleric||1393||105.5 seconds... but I still don't
|2009-10-13 06:16:36||UriBlass||1962||the reason is that you have a decisive
|2010-01-20 08:48:20||mazette||1363||The material advantage seems less than
decisive. Just about one pawn-equivalent
|2010-02-06 13:45:30||memo||1598||You are temporarily up a piece, but the
opponent threatens to win it back.
Instead of giving back a whole piece,
you find a combo gives back a Q for R +
|2010-09-29 16:48:19||barz||1628||Too sophisticated play by Black.||
|2010-09-29 16:48:34||barz||1628||◄ Position ►
P1/P4PBP/2RQ1RK1 b - - 0 1||
|2011-02-18 16:59:48||grom43||1826||White is up a N. 1...Bxf3 2.Bxf3 leaves
Black a pawn down. So he tries 1...Ne5.
This fails because at the end of the
exchanges, White has R+B+N for the
queen: as Uri says, a decisive advantage
|2014-05-31 05:01:41||Tactical555||1493||almost got me.||
|2014-05-31 22:03:05||chessisajedrez||1743||The rating suggested me the move. But
took me longer to notice I was ahead in
material, making the N+R for Q a nice
|2015-11-29 04:54:01||chessisajedrez||1743||After a second look, IMO it's not about
a simple material advantage. It's about
the c+d supported hanging pawns rushing
forward, specially the d5. White has
only 3 pieces to block them while I have
|2015-11-29 04:55:41||chessisajedrez||1743||With only 3 pieces White can't
coordinate an attack while I will be
gaining space and tying up his pieces.
My d5 is already worth a minor piece.||
|2017-09-11 17:44:10||Bisonratte||1501||great explanation by chessisajedrez.
very underrated problem.||