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Black's reply is 1...Qa6. What then?
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Hard position... after the Queen move, is it some sort of domination move with White's bishop?
Look for a brilliant move by Alekhine.
Yes 1.Rxb5 is what Alekhine played. But what then after 1...Qa6
Indeed Alekhine played 2.Bc3. What then?
If Queen takes a3, it´s mate:1. Rb7+ Kd8 2.Nc6# 2.If Queen a7,then Qxa7 loses material
Nice problem, thx Yeres!. Check out the puzzle which i posted(Capablanca Brilliancy...)
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