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Promoting to a knight... Very interesting.
Now that was a nice puzzle!
well with this one I'm starting to think its idiot all your puzzles, here pawn was queen and the rest is history, too twisted for my body
given away by black...
was it sunday???
Everyone keeps wondering why white didn't promote to a queen instead of a knight. Slowhare explained it, but the answer is that black takes the queen immediately by playing Be6+ and then goes on to promote his a-pawn, and white loses.
upgrade to a queen instead of a knight...and win big
3...Be6+ wins the Queen , that darn pawn ! , easy for a Saturday , thks
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7/5/2015 - Lasker - Alekhine, London 1913
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