1/4/2013 - R.Nezhmetdinov - S.Flohr, 1954

  • #241
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  • #242

    Why can't the bishop take the rook (1...Bxd3)? Isn't that a draw?

  • #243

    trichy and needs good plan

  • #244

    ChessMasterFlex1212:

    My first move was Rc3. Why is this not acceptable?

     

    I guess that would work too. In the game, black should manage both Ng6+ and Nf3+, after Rc3 the only mate is Nf3+, which should lead to the same line of play as in the game.

  • #245

    Except 1.Rh3+, 1.Nd3, 1.Rf2, all the other good moves might result in a win for white..have i missed something ?

  • #246
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  • #247
    DrDragon13 wrote:

    Why can't you move the knight to g6 and checkmate?

    g6 is covered by Black's bishop.

  • #248
    Hariharan_Sundaram wrote:
     

    Except 1.Rh3+, 1.Nd3, 1.Rf2, all the other good moves might result in a win for white..have i missed something ?

    rh3+,rxr,nd3,rxn...

  • #249
    DrDragon13 wrote:

    Why can't you move the knight to g6 and checkmate?

    bxn....that's the point of rd4(block the b, bishop)

  • #250
    Hariharan_Sundaram wrote:
     

    Except 1.Rh3+, 1.Nd3, 1.Rf2, all the other good moves might result in a win for white..have i missed something ?

    rh3+,rxr....nd3.bxn....rf2,rxr

  • #251
    Terry_the_Terrible wrote:

    Nah this is dumb. If Black had played 2... Bxd3 white's strategy would have gone to pieces. They will the hanging rook piece which is the biggest threat to a mate and pin down the knight, giving them sufficient time to promote a pawn

    rd3,bxr,nf3 mate

  • #252
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