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6/9/2012 - Reality Check


  • 22 months ago · Quote · #61

    shengyi

    It's real.

  • 22 months ago · Quote · #62

    newbie_learner

    I 'solved' this, but in a real game, I may have difficulty finishing off Black. After Qxe2 Kxf7, what is the best plan to simplify for White? I thought Black is disadvantaged but not hopeless, as there may be chances that White overlooks possible perpetual checks and so on. What do you all think?

  • 22 months ago · Quote · #63

    BryanCFB

    newbie_learner wrote:

    I 'solved' this, but in a real game, I may have difficulty finishing off Black. After Qxe2 Kxf7, what is the best plan to simplify for White? I thought Black is disadvantaged but not hopeless, as there may be chances that White overlooks possible perpetual checks and so on. What do you all think?

    Agreed.  This will be a tough win for white as it's hard to find a clear winning plan other than to try to force a queen trade, but white should definitely win.

  • 22 months ago · Quote · #64

    U_Got_Pawwned

    I dont get why the king cant move to d7 out of check at the last position ... and i certainly dont get why the king wouldnt take the bishop

  • 22 months ago · Quote · #65

    MichaelEva1

    U-Got_Pawwned, they are assuming the player absolutely refuses to give up his queen. All the movements of the king keep it next to the queen to defend it.

  • 22 months ago · Quote · #66

    MichaelEva1

    At the end yes, the king will take the bishop leaving white with 6 pawns and a queen and black with 4 pawns and a queen. The result is simply reducing the attacking pieces of black as the rook was in a strong position originally. Now the balance is clearly in white's favour.


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