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Can't see why black can't simply play ...2 gxf4. Why should black play Kh1???
Black can only advance his pawns. A black pawn cannot capture at f4 from g3.
good positional puzzle !
Very clever. Bishop sac gives Black inoccuous pawn moves (avoiding stalemate) while White King traps Black King for checkmate.
wow, good one!
never ever got first page...
Amazing! Keep these coming.
5 comments and it is only 3:01!!! so why does live assume if your opponents time runs out and you only have a knight, its a draw when there are scenarios like this?
when there are other pieces and pawns---there is no request for" insufficient piece " DRAW !
white goes " UP", black pawns go DOWN.....
Nice.... white forced black to take that pawn move... awesome...
That's amazing. What a finish!
Nice one, but an unlikely situation.
How does white force a closed game?
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Against 1. d4, do you play ... Nf6 or ... d5?
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Cannot add utube videos no more!!
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Stuff Non-Chess Players Say
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this variation in the benko gambit modern variation
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