4/13/2016 - Uhlmann - Bronstein, Szombathely 1966

BryanCFB
snow-wind-snow

Good.

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iaistrike

>Rf5

>good

Poil12 wrote:
christos_1980 a écrit :

i am the only one who believes that Rf5!! is even better move than Rxb6 here?

No, after Rf5, Bd8!

bestpony wrote:
briansladovich wrote:
bestpony wrote:

I think Re6 may defend against Rf5.

    You'll lose your Queen after Re6 with Rg5.

Rf5 Re6 Rg5 Rg6 was my idea. It gets really complicated, but I think black can get out OK. 

That said, though, I much prefer the suggested Bd8 now that I see it.

Mantis-Technique wrote:
DanAtKnight wrote:
christos_1980 wrote:

i am the only one who believes that Rf5!! is even better move than Rxb6 here?

Perhaps some of these chess gurus will tell us how Black deals with the double threat of Rf5. That was the first move I tried, even before seeing christos' comment. Seems to me that both Rf5 and Rxb6 are strong.

Bd8 would parry both.

bestpony

:^)

BryanCFB
iaistrike wrote:

>Rf5

>good

 bestpony wrote

Rf5 Re6 Rg5 Rg6 was my idea. It gets really complicated, but I think black can get out OK. 

 

If 1. Rf5 Re6 2. Rg5 Rg6, wouldn't 3. Ne7+ followed by 4. Nxg6+ give white a strong winning advantage?

bestpony

Yes, I did realise that afterwards, actually. Hence, Bd8 must be the move to play

BryanCFB
bestpony wrote:

Yes, I did realise that afterwards, actually. Hence, Bd8 must be the move to play

Gosh you're fast!

bestpony

I'm everywhere and all the time, Bryan, that's my secret!

mebeeme

coool best pony

mebeeme

 do you go to chess turnaments best pony

mebeeme
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bestpony

I've played some games before, but right now I don't really have time for it,I'm afraid!

QR4mate

Solved again 4/25/2016! Still an excellent daily puzzle!!Wink

TheBlunderfulPlayer

Nice puzzle!

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