6/15/2018 - Leonid Kubbel, Magyar Sakkvilag, 1928

MrCopperhead

    

alangallivan

For #1, isn't a queen vs. off-colored bishop much better in points and end game than a rook vs. king?

BryanCFB
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alangallivan wrote:

For #1, isn't a queen vs. off-colored bishop much better in points and end game than a rook vs. king?

Queen vs. bishop or queen vs. bishop and rook?

HassanBasunie

@e-mood @MohammedM092 @anouar47 

Thanks!

Shaker35

 any  will answer me?? my question is not for my losses i am not sure is this is rule or it is just mistakesangry.pngangry.png

https://www.chess.com/analysis-board-editor?diagram_id=4124410

  1. kindly can any body tell me the move number 29 how it could be???
HassanBasunie
Shaker35 wrote:

 any  will answer me?? my question is not for my losses i am not sure is this is rule or it is just mistakes

https://www.chess.com/analysis-board-editor?diagram_id=4124410

  1. kindly can any body tell me the move number 29 how it could be???

It is En Passant "الأخذ بالتخطّي" move... here are the details:

https://goo.gl/C1vqwN

باللغة العربية: https://goo.gl/J9k3Fn

BryanCFB
Imagen85 wrote:

I will never understand why would you chose anything else but the queen.

Check out the analysis diagrams in this thread.  It will help give you an idea of why sometimes underpromotion is superior.

human_robot

Wow!!!   That was a lot of fun!!!!

Jill_McBain

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