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1/23/2013 - All About Precision

  • #121

    Easy one!

  • #122
    PIRATCH wrote:

    Good one! Nice ending training!
    Normally 2 connected pawns (like Black with g3 and h3) will win easily to a rook. The rook cannot stop both connected pawns in those cases. Here Black's king is too vulnerable ...

    But why did it take so long to upload this?

    What's so special about first page?

    What's so special about first page?  I think it means you live in the right time zone?

  • #123

    Nice

  • #124

    9ice

  • #125

    Easy!

  • #126
    Thepkit wrote:

    I have better solution. Mate in 4!

    Just show it! There is no mate in 4 (at best defence by Black).



  • #127

    good puzzle. not necessarily looking for mate.

  • #128

    great...

  • #129

    3rd

  • #130

    Cool

  • #131

    nice

  • #132

    easy

  • #133

    A couple of posters have aluded to it, but I don't think anyone has posted a reason for why the immediate Ra8 (or Ra7) doesn't work. Forcing the king an extra square away from the pawns on the 3rd rank is important, as the king is forced up the board to avoid mate. It doesn't quite work out if you don't play Ra4+ first.



  • #134

    Useful endgame exercise.

  • #135
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  • #136
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  • #137
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  • #138

    nice puzzle

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