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4/12/2018 - Vajda-Moldovan, Miercurea Ciuc, 1998

  • #141

    top d3 olmalıdı

  • #142
    King to f8. Now what?
  • #143
    Evid3nce wrote:
    King to f8. Now what?

    Check current comment #139 for analysis.

  • #144
    BryanCFB wrote:
     
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    1. Nxf7!! Kxf7?(1... Bc8Black's best defense. 2. Nxd8After white's knight is captured white will be up an exchange and a pawn with a superior position.)(1... Rd7? 2. Qe6!With the immediate threat of 3. Nh6+ (double check) Kh8 4. Qg8+!! Rxg8 (forced) 5. Nf7#. And if 3...Kf8 then 4. Qf7# or 4. Qg8#. 2... Kf83. Nh6!With the dual threats of 4. Qf7# and 4. Qg8#. 3... Bxh64. Bxh6#)2. Qe6+!(2... Kf8forced3. Rd3!Threatening mate starting with 4. Rf3+.(or3. Re3!Threatening mate starting with 4. Rf3+.3... Nxe3? 4. Qf7#(or4. Qg8#)) (3. Re4?Bc8! 4. Rf4+ Qxf4!5. Bxf4 (5. Qxc8 Rxc86. Bxf4 Nxf4) (5. Qg8+Kxg8forced 6. Bxf4 Kf8)5... Bxe6) 3... Qf4(3... Nf6? 4. Qf7#)(3... Bf6 4. Bh6+Bg7forced 5. Rf3+ Qf4(5... Nf4 6. Qf7#(or6. Qg8#)) (5... Nf66. Qf7# (or6. Qg8#))6. Rxf4+ Nxf4 (6... Nf67. Qf7# (or7. Qg8#))7. Qf7# (or7. Qg8#))4. Bxd5 Rxd5 (4... Qxg5?5. Qf7# (or5. Qg8#))(4... Qf5? 5. Qg8#)5. Bxf4)

     

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