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You're right, it is impossible!
Hi everyone! This is my first forum post, so I hope you guys like it! Once again, the position here seems dire... how can White save the game? I assure you, it IS possible... have fun!
did it on first try
A famous Reti study.
This is the famous Richard Reti geometrical study. There's also the line 2...h3 3.Ke6! h2 4.c7 etc.
I still say it's not possible.
it is not not possible(if you are obsessed with the word not and have to use it)
Andy if you play Blacks how you win?
You guys really need to develop your sense of fun a bit more...
Talking about sence of humor.
I have this weird idea that your name is a composition of Andy Kaufman and Tony Clifton.
I suspect that you're one of the few chessplayers to have gotten it...
Nice puzzle. Thank you for sharing!
This is my first post, so just like to say I love this site!
I came across this study while going through Fundamental Chess Endings. This study demonstrates the concept of board geometry (approaching the black pawn, not through a straight line) and threatening to support whites c-pawn. Very nice indeed!
If you enjoyed this puzzle try the following (also ends in draw):
Nice one! Who composed it?
Hey nimzo, you still exist! Howdy.
wait is white trying to draw????
Yeah - white's trying to draw. This position illustrates that a king can move diagonally just as quickly as in a straight line, thus covering a longer distance. Here's another interesting puzzle I found.
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