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pown going for other than queen ,good one
even if king to g8 instead of h8 it still works
second move was a little tough
I can never find these kinds of unusual ones. How do I get better at spotting things like these?
Pretty sure White cares a lot more about Black's King than taking that Knight though... I highly doubt 4. Kxg3 would ever happen.
unusual, but Kf6 wins as well
Certainly is unusual, as advertised.
take the rook(-5) uderpromote to the knight(+3) = super infleuntial point swing not to metion position and king-checking ability!----------- sound tactics
eXCELENTE, NECESITÉ AYUDA.
a little tuffer
Could I have won this game instead of drawing?
by tedthepirate a few minutes ago
GM Negi's 1.e4 books appropriate for class players?
by Airut a few minutes ago
1/27/2015 - Boris Spassky vs Arnulf Westermeier, Germany, 1982
by NomadicKnight 4 minutes ago
Rules re Asking for Resignation
by Ziryab 4 minutes ago
by Crappov 4 minutes ago
Please Start Enforcing Restrictions on Those who Abandon Games
by Superweakie 5 minutes ago
Where can I submit my TM title?
by December_TwentyNine 18 minutes ago
Has a top grandmaster ever played on until they were checkmated?
by SocialPanda 23 minutes ago
Is evaluation objective?
by ChessConure 23 minutes ago
What is winning on time? NOOB
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