1/23/2013 - All About Precision

  • #61

    This puzzle is all about precision.

    Just repeat the puzzle title, that way people will think I said something insightful.

  • #62

    mating threat hehe....:)

  • #63

    Nice

  • #64

    Fun!

  • #65

    Done.

  • #66

     Nice!!

  • #67

    very nice

  • #68

    More like brute force.

  • #69

    nice

  • #70
    ThutmoseIII wrote:

    This puzzle is all about precision.

     

    Just repeat the puzzle title, that way people will think I said something insightful.

    Cool   Have you been talking to your inner Soul again or, just sampling the Highland malt ?

  • #71

    cool

  • #72

    I like it, but it is clearly a won endgame.  :)

  • #73

    EASY

  • #74

    At least not a mate in 2 as usual, but too easy.

  • #75

    Rather Easy, Fellows.

  • #76

    really liked this one

  • #77

    In posting #50, abo_tamem_2012 shows us a variation on a game: Alexander Moskalenko vs. Dmitry Andreikin

    In the game white resigned after 4. Qh3?  Re5!.
    In the variation shown by abo_tamem_2012, White plays a stronger 4. Qf4. 
    Then he follows with 4. ...  Qxh3.  Hmmm.  Pretty neat.
    One continuation:
    5. Rxh3   Rg1+
    6. Kf2      Rf1#
    Another:
    5. Kf2      Qxh1  and black is up a rook, but I don't see any quick checkmate.  It is interesting that because black also has a positional advantage, white will probably trade knights

  • #78

    niceCool


  • #79

    Not difficult but instructional !  Good endgame puzzle.

  • #80

    Practical and a little bit tricky - good puzzle

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