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8/18/2012 - Keres-Gligoric, Yugoslavia 1959

  • #141

    oh, I thought it was checkmate........

  • #142

    They probably dont win at anything else, chess_ninja... smh

  • #143

    easey

  • #144

    whats wrong with Qg4?

  • #145

    I solved this puzzle. 

  • #146

    nice one!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • #147

    nice one dude, cool!Cool

  • #148

    nice puzzle

  • #149

    I got it! Woo!

  • #150

    Thanks for the lesson.

  • #151

    nice puzzle although if i was in that situation i would move bishop to H6 the pawn can't take it and it provides a lean way for the rock to attack

  • #152

    I'd be interested in how this would play out (my money is on white!)

  • #153
    blasterdragon wrote:

    nice puzzle although if i was in that situation i would move bishop to H6 the pawn can't take it and it provides a lean way for the rock to attack

    What do you mean?

  • #154
    blasterdragon wrote:

    nice puzzle although if i was in that situation i would move bishop to H6 the pawn can't take it and it provides a lean way for the rock to attack

    1. Bh6 Rg6 defends for black.

  • #155

    Paul Keres, the Crownless World Champion.

  • #156

    nice

  • #157
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  • #158
    ClavierCavalier wrote:
    blasterdragon wrote:

    nice puzzle although if i was in that situation i would move bishop to H6 the pawn can't take it and it provides a lean way for the rock to attack

    What do you mean?   u mean p. to f6 ? Now Q. helps

  • #159

    Bowl!

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