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COULD BLACK WIN...!!!


  • 5 years ago · Quote · #1

    kawazaki

    COULD THE BLACK WIN THIS ONE...???Innocent

  • 5 years ago · Quote · #2

    bondiggity

    Yeah, maybe after white plays 1. Kh2?

     

  • 5 years ago · Quote · #3

    mikex22

    no, the puzzle's biased lol

  • 5 years ago · Quote · #4

    h777

    kawazaki wrote:

     

    COULD THE BLACK WIN THIS ONE...???

     


    It suppose to be COULD BLACK WIN THE GAME...??? Nice puzzleSmile

  • 5 years ago · Quote · #5

    bondiggity

    7...b3, just gives up the pawn. 7...c5+ 8. Kd3 c4+ 9. Kc(d)2 d4; black should win.

     

    12. e5 would be the easy way to win it, king can't beat two unconnected passed pawns unless he can win one from the start. 

     

    12. Kc4, still wins, but you need to do more calculating to make sure that the king + pawn vs king endgame is won. 

     

    13. Kd4?, Kc5 wins the position. 

     

    13...c5+?; gives white the win back. The simple Kxg5 allows black to draw. The c-pawn will distract the white king and will end up trading down to king vs king end.

     

    16. e5?, Kd6 keeps the king in front of the pawn, e5 forces white's pawn to go first, you want the king in front.

     

    17...Kd8?.  Ke8 allows black to keep the opposition and hold the draw.

     

     

    I really hope you didn't make this "puzzle" yourself.

  • 5 years ago · Quote · #6

    kawazaki

    bondiggity wrote:

    Um, wow. I just looked through the whole "solution" and seriously I cried at how many obvious errors there were. Was either player actually playing for the win? Do you seriously not know King and Pawn vs King endgames and are rated 1917?

     

    7...b3??, just gives up the pawn. 7...c5+ 8. Kd3 c4+ 9. Kc(d)2 d4; black should win.

     

    12. e5 would be the easy way to win it, king can't beat two unconnected passed pawns unless he can win one from the start. 

     

    12. Kc4, still wins, but you need to do more calculating to make sure that the king + pawn vs king endgame is won. 

     

    13. Kd4???, Kc5 wins the position. 

     

    13...c5+???; gives white the win back. The simple Kxg5 allows black to draw. The c-pawn will distract the white king and will end up trading down to king vs king end.

     

    16. e5???, Kd6 keeps the king in front of the pawn, e5 forces white's pawn to go first, you want the king in front.

     

    17...Kd8??????? Really. Ke8 allows black to keep the opposition.

     

     

    I really hope you didn't make this "puzzle" yourself.


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  • 5 years ago · Quote · #7

    Tiger-13

    lol, black got EPICALLY PWNED!!!

  • 4 years ago · Quote · #8

    wilson_wilson

    cool puzzle


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