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9/21/2012 - Finishing With a Flourish

  • #161

    very nice..

  • #162

    interestingSurprised

  • #163
    DelCheMethod wrote:

    Someone help me understand why you don't play 1. Rc7+ Kb8 2. Rb7+ Kc8 3. Rhc7# ? Was the goal to play for a more complicated mate?

    I'm curious about this myself. Are we missing something here?

  • #164
    lifevicarious wrote:
    DelCheMethod wrote:

    Someone help me understand why you don't play 1. Rc7+ Kb8 2. Rb7+ Kc8 3. Rhc7# ? Was the goal to play for a more complicated mate?

    I'm curious about this myself. Are we missing something here?

    I guess technically King could go to a8 and it wouldn't work then. This is the better solution. But I guess you could do Ra8 then Rhc8and pinch that way.

  • #165
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  • #166

    pg 10 what the????

  • #167

    Nice one.

  • #168

    cool.

  • #169

    Very nice

  • #170

    great puzzle, black had no chance!

  • #171

    tricky knights everywhere!!

  • #172

    :) Easy

  • #173

    Thanks for the lesson!

  • #174

    1

  • #175

    this time its a little puzzling....

  • #176

    Last

  • #177
    Ozril wrote:

    On the 3rd move black cannot take the white knight, because then the king would be trapped by the two rooks, neat!

    I guess im not advanced enough to understand that. Been wondering about why it didnt take the knight... Cant seem to get it

  • #178
    Loxoos wrote:
    Ozril wrote:

    On the 3rd move black cannot take the white knight, because then the king would be trapped by the two rooks, neat!

    I guess im not advanced enough to understand that. Been wondering about why it didnt take the knight... Cant seem to get it

    If 3...Rxc8 then 4. Ra7+ Kb8 5. Rhb7#.

  • #179

    solv for rouk ease

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