10/6/2011 - Converting in Efficient Manner

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  • #2

    nice

  • #3

    You almost expected it to be an exclusively Queening problem. ie. converting a pawn to a Queen.  But they stopped us just short of the promotion.

    This may not be efficient . . . but at least you get to promote two pawns

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  • #4

    easy

  • #5

    Nice 1

  • #6

    numb

  • #7

    Hey ! First page.  What am I doing up ?!

  • #8

    nice one, thank you.

  • #9

    very nice, i learned a lot

  • #10

    first try!

  • #11

    Good one...............................Wink

  • #12

    1st!

  • #13

    nice one

  • #14

    These puzzles are too easy - they must be for those of us on chess.com for free.

  • #15

    It's great, you don't need to promote the pawn. :)
    1st page! :P

  • #16

    i see some puzzles that looks easy, sometimes it's real hard.. any explanation on this? are there days that are harder than other days?

    say for example sunday, most of us have alot of free time on sundays so they give puzzles harder this days? (or else, weekdays and were gonna be late for work lol!)

  • #17

    There are many ways to win this position [as far as I can see, any move of the rook on the 6th rank will do it, maybe even any move ]. 1. Kc6 is only the most efficient manner.

    After a closer look, it really looks like even 1. d7? is clinching it.

     

     

  • #18

    That was pretty fun, I like these types of puzzles better than most

  • #19

    Nice puzzle.

  • #20

    Good for Learning!!!

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