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2/10/2013 - A Lucky Escape

  • #181

    Funny!:)Laughing Thanks chess.comSmile

  • #182

    I dont understand. Moving the king to the far corner results in losing your queen and a sure loss?

  • #183

    kc brna, if black takes out whites queen then whites king will have no where to move without being in check resulting in a stalemate

  • #184

    k

  • #185
    PhilipN wrote:

    This puzzle has a rather obvious alternate drawing solution:  Qf6+, with a perpetual check.

    Illegal.  Check post #188.

  • #186
    Bozol wrote:

    no idea why that's a good move

    Set it up and play it out 5 moves.  Before you reach the 5th move you'll have figured out why the solution is the solution Tongue Out

  • #187

    Good one

  • #188

    nice

  • #189

    cool!

  • #190

    Please be relevant, helpful & nice!

  • #191

    OK

  • #192

    good puzzle

  • #193

    Here is another puzzle that is sort of interesting:

  • #194
    vengence69 wrote:

    Here is another puzzle that is sort of interesting:

     

    What about 6. Rg7+?

  • #195

    it is so easy

  • #196

    is dat a stalemate??

    white still have legal moves there, to move its queen anywhere on a board???

  • #197
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  • #198

    is dat a stalemate??

    white still have legal moves there, to move its queen anywhere on a board???

    http://www.chess.com/forum/view/daily-puzzles/2102013---a-lucky-escape

  • #199

    @rachitisfree:

    blacks queen is pinned, therefor can she not move otherwise then capturing the white queen.

    1. Kh1 Kh4 2. Qg2: and white wins.

    1. Kh1 Qf2: stalemate.

    1. Kh1 h2 2. Qh2:+ Qh2:+ 3. Kh2: and black can not promote his last pawn.

    So, after Kh1 black can lose and white has a draw.

  • #200
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