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# Puzzle That Even Computers Can't Understand Completely: Part One

Dec 3, 2017, 11:47 PM 0

You might have seen this one somewhere else already but giving it a shot one more time would never be a flying-f*ck. Because when I saw this puzzle It was on Twitter feed of Surya Sekhar Ganguly and I couldn't find a solution to the problem as usual. I even hit upon Stockfish but still failed to solve. So I decided that It's a bullshit and the position is a dead draw. However, after a few days, There came the solution like a bolt from the blue out of Simon Williams' blog. It was really surprising to me and I realized how Visualization in chess can Improve your game. Visualization may be (I dunno for sure) foreseeing a particular position that can be arisen from the current position without seeing movements of pieces. After seeing the position we wanna get, the Next task should be finding a way through which we can get the visualized position. So here, all you have to do is to find (dream of) a winning position and a way to achieve it.

Hints:

1. As it seems, Knight should have a rock and roll here

2. Knight should land on a capturing square but capture lets White get a winning King and Pawn endgame.

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