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game is a legal draw ...k.h5,k.h8, a check forces a draw at g8
Don't you mean the game posted by cheetahch in post #90 ? If so, ...Kh8 is one of the mistakes people make - it has to be g8. After 1...Kh8 ..
1. Kh5 Kh8 2. Kh6 Kg8 3. g7 Kf7 4. Kh7 Kf6 5. g8=Q
And a drawn position is turned into a win for White !!
I like skewer
one of the better Sunday puzzles
14 Hours ; Alice I am going to send you to the moon.
Please be relevant, helpful & nice!
Cool. Not bad.
hmmm.. waiting for something more challenging than this.
and the tables flip ;]
no queen sacrifice!!
Say is this the Rook Lift and Tuck Maneuver? Looks like he tucked it away at b7 hehe. Nice puzzle.
A perfect Sunday problem. Fun, not difficult, not stupid. Also the first black to move I remember. Thank you.
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