An interesting position on this link :
white to play and win
Glad to see you again, Smiley ! Yes, your puzzles are interesting , i appreciate your posts .
Here is the solution for #313 :
There is a position in my notebook and i don't remember anything about it . I think that it is a puzzle, because there is a note " white to play and win ", but there isn't any solution there, and looking at the position, i can not find it .
Somebody to help ?
I think 2 bishops can not win against 1 bishop .
I am not very sure, but here black have such a possibility :
What about this:
Not by much!!
Great ! - there is no salvation for black in this line ! This must be the solution ! And what if 3...Kf5 instead of 3...Ke5 ? (edit - white easy win after 3...Kf5)
A friend just call me to say he knows this puzzle - the author is N.Kralin .
White to play and win
Waiting somebody to give the solution for #330 here is a different puzzle :
Reverse help mate in 2 moves
What exactly is a reverse help mate? Or a help mate in general for that matter?
As for #330 I just don't what black would do after b7