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Black to move
A game finish like this is a joy to watch.
From the looks of it, White seems to have the upper hand does it not?
With that e-pawn just two squares away from being a queen and White threatening 1.Rd4.
Watch closely how this game finishes.
1....Ne3! See diagram below right
As Black does not seem to have a mating attack except for the threat of 2...Nxc4, White counter-attacks with:
2.e7 (See diagram below).
And now discover the magic finish.
Very nice. Source?
ps: what happend with all the black pawns near the King?
A chess blunder. Will now replace the diagram with the correct one. Thanks.
nice thnxs :)
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