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It is very difficult for white to win in this line ( if possible at all ).
The solution is much more clear.
Sherlock, I'm posting my solution later 'cos I'm using a phone right now.
If this worked,could be a very nice solution,unfortunately there is 3...Rxe6
Who wins ?
Way back to post #14. White can win in here, or maybe at least draw it.
White is better now. Black can't chase down the h6 pawn. And the Rook is more than enough to cause disasters.
@StrategicPlay Caiello posted a win for #14 same idea except 13) Bg8+ 14)Bb3+ ! 15)Bxc2+ Qxc2 16)Rxc2
Oh. I didn't know. I checked this forum for the first time yesterday.
And yes, that's even better for White.
Nswwsn, yes, this is the solution :)
Strategic Play , in the beginning of the blog there are very interesting puzzles,more of them are solved, but i think there are not solved too...
Gobble your opponent's pieces like this :
Found an interesting puzzle ...
White to play and win
Hi,i will post #361 in the other mode :
The author is D.Nikolayev
You gave the right idea !
The rest of the solution will be:
Why not 59. Qd3+ Ka1
Then white can no longer check and black can promote his pawn to a queen.
dekaleaas , please point the number of the puzzle you mean - in your post the diagram can not be seen ( i can't see it ).
I can't see it also !
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