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This is a game which I played, in which I determined that 26... d1=N was the strongest move. Comments?
Bf5+ then d1=Q wins a rook instead
But 27. Kc2 D1=Q+ 28. Kxc3 Qxf1 loses the knight.
Instead of 28...Qxf1 try Qc2#
28... Qc2+ 29. Rxc2
It's a game which I played in which I considered a knight promotion to be the strongest move. However, I generally question my logic, and was wondering if anyone saw this differently.
No I mean where did that rook in post #5 come from? Are we looking at the same variation?
oinquarki, you still didn't answer how to respond to Rf1xc2.
Yeah, I see I was wrong. Shocker.
Thanks for the feedback, guys!
didn't spend a ton of time on it so theres prob something wrong with the Kxc3 variation on 1st move
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