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Problem ID: 0037583
Not if you're looking for a way to trap the king or get the queen...
Still got it, just took a little longer than it should have.
There are many variants and this is time - consuming.
Has anyone Realized some doctors say Bobby Fischer,our american hero and genius,may have suffered from ASPERGERS syndrome.I belive our president should grant full pardon. Does anyone agree? Please comment.
Wasn't time consuming... just for me.
ya think maybe White should've traded Queens (Qxd6) instead of Nc6+ ???
SCORE: 94.3% My Score: 1359 (+17)
Got it, but it took me a while.
19 seconds to made it:)
To me, error analysis is the sweet spot for improvement.
I have been pleading for a long time now for TT to play out positions instead of leaving you hanging with "multiple possible outcomes." Is this finally an example of playing it out? Finally?!!
White could have also played Qxc6 instead of bxc6, but in the end it comes out the same, as near as I can tell. You take my Queen, I take one back (Rcxd6 - saving my R from the pawn). You take my Rook, I take one back. Either way, White has lost the N.
Am I missing something?
If it is truly that TT has figured out that it hurts nothing to play out a position, then let's say Hallelujah!! -- and keep it up! PLEASE!!
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