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If Queen is on f8 it works :
Or, if the Queen must be on d6 then :
Here is another puzzle I made (& have posted previously), but this time, it should not be flawed, as most of the moves are pretty much forced.
ShadowlKnight, you will probably recognize this......
Well... I had my chess club last night. I had an absolutely amazing puzzle shown to me, it was from a real game, but sadly, I don't know who the players are. [...]
I'm not sure i got the exact position, but the idea is definitely still possible.
This is the game Koskinen - Kasanen (Helsinki 1967).
Here is the exact position :
By the knife , thanks for useful and exact information Really , bishop on c3 instead of a pawn works perfectly. Would be interesting to see whole the game.
I thought this was going to be about garlic mashed potatoes . . . sorry.
The title of the topic comes from first posts, where the white Queen "eats" nearly whole black army,before giving mate.
Thanks to Smiley and Caiello for interesting puzzles - i still hope someone will post the solutions.
Here is a position from a real game : What can happen if 20.Qxh6 ?
I don't see a win but maybe there is one. At worst it seems like a forced draw. By the way which side resigned?
Pretty clever final move!
May be i am wrong, but in this line white can try to win :
Insted of 22...Qd1 black can try 22...Rd7 :
Hi, for puzzle #117, I think it's just draw:
And this kills it all:
Yes,here the things are not clear :