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3Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-07 11:01:57
Play along with great masters!
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Hello my friends! Today in this our site in our forum invite you to play along with the greatest masters! First: I will ask you a position, and then will show the response. Every Monday - a new task for you, as well as the answer to the previous task. I\'m sure it would be useful and interesting to examples forces with the biggest players! Participate and even posts - so advanced! Good luck!
Georgi Kamberov from Cyprus (kali-mera)
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4Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-09 03:28:13
For those with a rating greater than 1900
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Hello friends! Today, in this our website in our forum invite all with a rating greater than 1900 to self-improvement! First, I will ask you a position, then it will show its response. Every Wednesday - a new task for you, and answer to the previous task. I\'m sure it will be useful and interesting examples to their power! Participate and even posts - so advanced! Good luck!
George Kamberov of Cyprus (Kali mera)
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Here,(after: 1.Ra3)the black to move and mate in 9 moves (win)! Good luck!

R4K2/5PPr/2n4R/1P3p2/P3N1Q1/p3p3/1pp5/1kr1q3 b
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HGFEDCBA

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5Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-09 03:41:34
I\'m sorry, but according to notation - this is the correct diagram (position):

3q1rk1/5pp1/3p3p/1Q1N3P/2p3P1/R4n2/rPP5/2K4R b
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HGFEDCBA


Here,(after: 1.Ra3)the black to move and mate in 9 moves (win)! Good luck!
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6England  cc1422628553ChessHere Moderator2014-07-09 04:29:46
Puzzle no.1
1.Qf8+ Kd7
2.Qe8+ Kc7
3.Qc8+ Kb6
4.Qb8+ Ka5
5.Qb4#
(board assist)
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7Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-09 05:19:37
Play along with great masters!
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Excellent extopian ! Congratulations my friend!
After: 1.Qf8+ Kd7
2.Qe8+ Kc7
3.Qc8+ Kb6
4.Qb8+ Ka5
5.Qb4#

8/8/p1qNp1p1/k3Pn1p/1Qp2P2/P3P2P/5P2/2K5 w
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ABCDEFGH


But after: 4...Kc5
Come on - only 3 more moves and: Win!

1Q6/8/p1qNp1p1/2k1Pn1p/2p2P2/P3P2P/5P2/2K5 w
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ABCDEFGH

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8Russian  kai20112014-07-09 09:49:16
Perhaps 5.Qb4 Kd5 6.Qa5
Pretty waltz by qween and king!
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9Russian  kai20112014-07-09 10:02:45
*7 If it were not 3.Nc3 I would prefer 1. ...Qa8 -

10Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-09 23:48:49
Play along with great masters!
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OK , I agree with kai2011, that the white will win after:(5.Qb4+ Kd5) 6.Qa5+ Qc5 and 7.e4+ Kc6 8.Qxc5+ Kxc5 9.exf5, but you must consider other more strongly for following after: 5.Qb4+ Kd5:

8/8/p1qNp1p1/3kPn1p/1Qp2P2/P3P2P/5P2/2K5 w
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ABCDEFGH


Good luck!
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11Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-09 23:52:17
Only in 2 more moves!
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12England  cc1422628553ChessHere Moderator2014-07-10 05:23:27
Kd5 of course.
So
6.Qd2+ Kc5
7.Qa5+ resign or lose queen @ b5
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13Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-10 05:55:37
Play along with great masters!
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Excellent extopian ! Congratulations!

Expect our: \'\'Play along with great masters!\'\'
in Monday.
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14Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-11 00:58:11
Hello friends! Today, in this our website in our forum invite all with a rated less than 1900 to self-improvement! First, I will ask you a position, then it will show its response. Every Friday - a new task for you, and answer to the previous task. I\\\'m sure it will be useful and interesting examples to their power! Participate and even posts - so advanced! Good luck!
George Kamberov of Cyprus (Kali mera)
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А lesson:
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The rooks endgames with a rook (for the whites and also for the blacks) and pawns only on one side, and the kings are also there.
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Bookmark and learn: this is 100 % a draw! (No matter who is on the move!)
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5rk1/6p1/8/8/8/8/8/R5K1 w
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ABCDEFGH



Bookmark and learn: this is 100 % a draw! (No matter who is on the move!)
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5rk1/6pp/8/8/8/8/7P/R5K1 w
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ABCDEFGH



Bookmark and learn: this is 100 % a draw! (No matter who is on the move!)
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5rk1/5ppp/8/8/8/8/6PP/R5K1 w
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ABCDEFGH




Bookmark and learn: this is 100 % a draw! (No matter who is on the move!)
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5rk1/4pppp/8/8/8/8/5PPP/R5K1 w
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ABCDEFGH



One task for you :
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White to move and mate in 3 moves:

5rk1/5ppp/8/8/q1pB2R1/5P2/1R5P/6K1 w
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ABCDEFGH



Good luck!
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15Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-11 01:40:10
For those with a rated less than 1900
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Here\'s (for you) 2 gameс for example lesson to us!
Veselin Topalov (1/2 : 1/2) Viswanathan Anand
World Chess Championship Candidates (2014)
1. Nf3 d5 2. c4 c6 3. e3 Nf6 4. Nc3 Nbd7 5. Qc2 e5 6. cd5 Nd5 7. d4 Bd6 8. de5 Ne5 9. Ne5 Be5 10. Qe4 Qe7 11. Nd5 cd5 12. Bb5 Kf8 13. Qd5 g6 14. Bd2 Kg7 15. Qe5 Qe5 16. Bc3 Qc3 17. bc3 Be6 18. Ke2 Rac8 19. Rhc1 Rc5 20. a4 Rhc8 21. Ra3 a6 22. Bd3 b5 23. ab5 ab5 24. Rb1 Rc3 25. Rc3 Rc3 26. Rb5 Bc4 27. Bc4 Rc4 28. Kf3 h5 29. h3 Rc2 30. Rb1 Kf6 31. Re1 g5 32. Ra1 Kg6 33. Ra6 f6 34. Ra4 h4 35. g3 hg3 36. Kg3 Rb2 37. e4 Rb1 38. f3 Rg1 39. Kf2 Rh1 40. Kg2 Rb1 41. Ra6 Kf7 42. Ra5 Kg6 43. Ra6 Kf7 44. Ra2 Ke6 45. Kg3 Rg1 46. Rg2 Rg2 47. Kg2 Ke5 48. Kf2 Kf4 49. Kg2 Ke5 50. Kg3 f5 51. ef5 Kf5 52. h4 gh4 53. Kh4 Kf4 54. Kh3 Kf3 (1/2 : 1/2)

Engeny Tomashevsky (1/2 : 1/2) Magnus Carlsen
Fide World Rapid Championship (2014)
1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nf3 b6 4. a3 Bb7 5. Nc3 d5 6. cd5 Nd5 7. e3 g6 8. Bb5 c6 9. Bd3 Nc3 10. bc3 Bg7 11. h4 c5 12. h5 Nc6 13. O-O gh5 14. dc5 Qc7 15. Qa4 Rd8 16. cb6 ab6 17. Nd4 O-O 18. Be2 Rd5 19. Nc6 Bc6 20. Qh4 Rf5 21. Rb1 Bf6 22. Qg3 Qg3 23. fg3 Rf1 24. Kf1 Rb8 25. c4 Be7 26. Bh5 Bc5 27. Bf3 Ba4 28. Ke2 Rd8 29. Bb2 Kf8 30. Bf6 Rd7 31. Be4 Ke8 32. Rh1 Be7 33. Be7 Ke7 34. Rb1 f5 35. Bf3 Rd6 36. g4 Bc2 37. Rc1 Bd3 38. Kf2 fg4 39. Bg4 Rc6 40. Be2 Bg6 41. Rc3 Kd6 42. Rb3 Kc7 43. Rb5 Be8 44. Ke1 h6 45. a4 Rc5 46. Rb4 Ra5 47. Bd1 Bc6 48. Kf2 Ra6 49. g4 Kd6 50. Rb1 Kc5 51. Ra1 Ra7 52. Be2 Ra4 53. Rg1 Ra2 54. g5 hg5 55. Rg5 Kd6 56. Ke1 Ra5 57. Rg6 Be4 58. Rh6 Ra1 59. Kd2 Ra2 60. Ke1 Rb2 61. Bg4 Bd3 62. Be6 Kc5 63. Rh5 Kd6 64. Rd5 Ke6 65. Rd3 b5 66. cb5 Rb5 67. Ke2 Ke5

Good luck! I expect your answers and opinions!
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16Russian  kai20112014-07-11 04:05:54
Mate in 3 moves
1. Rg7+ Kh8
2. Rg8+ Kxg8
3. Rg2#
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17Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-11 05:16:20
Excellent kai2011 ! Congratulations my friend!-

18Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-12 02:07:29
For those with a rated less than 1900
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Expect our: \'\'For those with a rated less than 1900\'\' in Friday !

I will expect your answers and your opinions.
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19England  cc1422628553ChessHere Moderator2014-07-12 03:46:44
Veselin Topalov (1/2 : 1/2) Viswanathan Anand

kali-mera you just have to copy paste all the moves into the right hand box, press submit your pgn and then post. Any text to go with it can be written as usual before you post. Then hey presto !


20Russian  kai20112014-07-12 06:31:35
*19
Georgi wants us to move pieces and study position move by move. Tell me honestly Extopian would you seek your chessboard, when you see a cartoon diagram
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21Canada  dsuttlesChessHere Moderator2014-07-12 11:38:08
Engeny Tomashevsky (1/2 : 1/2) Magnus Carlsen
Fide World Rapid Championship (2014)

Interesting ideas, Georgi. I look forward to studying these closely in the near future

22Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-14 09:39:49
Play along with great masters!
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The answer:This is the game:
Magnus Carlsen (1:0) Simen Agdestein
Norway Chess Tournament (2014)

(Note: After: 29.Kf1! no: 29...Rxd3? 30.Ne8+ and 31.Nxc7)

http://www.chesshere.com/pgnviewer/t.gif

(Note: After: 54.Qb8+ the black resing!)
Good luck!

23Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-14 09:54:48
Play along with great masters!
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O.K.! Thank you my friends! Here is the new task for you:
White to move and win:
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2r2r1k/8/bq2p3/p1bpPp1p/3B1P1P/P5P1/1P1Q4/2R1RBK1 w
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ABCDEFGH


Good luck!
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24Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-15 03:47:08
For those with a rating greater than 1900
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Expect our: \'\'For those with a rating greater than 1900\'\' in Wednesday !

I will expect your answers and your opinions.

Good luck!
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25Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-16 03:23:21
For those with a rating greater than 1900
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This is the answer for:

3q1rk1/5pp1/3p3p/1Q1N3P/2p3P1/R4n2/rPP5/2K4R b
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HGFEDCBA


Here,(after: 1.Ra3)the black to move and mate in 9 moves (win)!
1...Ra1+!!(Yes, this was a very difficult task!)

3q1rk1/5pp1/3p3p/1Q1N3P/2p3P1/R4n2/1PP5/r1K4R w
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ABCDEFGH


2.Rxa1 Qg5+!

5rk1/5pp1/3p3p/1Q1N2qP/2p3P1/5n2/1PP5/R1K4R w
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ABCDEFGH


3.Nf4 (This slows down our mate with one move!) Qxf4+ 4.Kb1 (if: 4.Kd1 Qd2x) Nd2+

5rk1/5pp1/3p3p/1Q5P/2p2qP1/8/1PPn4/RK5R w
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ABCDEFGH


5.Kc1 (or: 5.Ka2 Ra8+

r5k1/5pp1/3p3p/1Q5P/2p2qP1/8/KPPn4/R6R w
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ABCDEFGH


6.Qa4 Rxa4x) 5...Nb3++! (Yes, this was a very difficult task!)

5rk1/5pp1/3p3p/1Q5P/2p2qP1/1n6/1PP5/R1K4R w
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ABCDEFGH


6.Kb1 (if: 6.Kd1 Qd2x) Qc1+!! (Yes, this was a very difficult task!)

5rk1/5pp1/3p3p/1Q5P/2p3P1/1n6/1PP5/RKq4R w
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ABCDEFGH


7.Rxc1 (or: 7.Ka2 Ra8+

r5k1/5pp1/3p3p/1Q5P/2p3P1/1n6/KPP5/R1q4R w
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ABCDEFGH


8.Qa4 Rxa4x) 7...Nd2+!

5rk1/5pp1/3p3p/1Q5P/2p3P1/8/1PPn4/RKR5 w
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ABCDEFGH


8.Ka2 Ra8+

r5k1/5pp1/3p3p/1Q5P/2p3P1/8/KPPn4/R1R5 w
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ABCDEFGH


9.Qa4

r5k1/5pp1/3p3p/7P/Q1p3P1/8/KPPn4/R1R5 b
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HGFEDCBA


and 9...Rxa4x

6k1/5pp1/3p3p/7P/r1p3P1/8/KPPn4/R1R5 w
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ABCDEFGH


Yes, this was a very difficult task! Yes, this task was for those with a rating greater than 1900 ! Good luck!
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26Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-16 05:15:03
For those with a rating greater than 1900
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(Every Wednesday !)
In King\'s Gambit Declined, Falkbeer Counter Gambit after: 1.e4 e5 2.f4 d5 3.exd5 e4 4.d3 Nf6 5.Nd2 bf5 6.dxe4 Nxe4 7.Ngf3

rn1qkb1r/ppp2ppp/8/3P1b2/4nP2/5N2/PPPN2PP/R1BQKB1R b
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HGFEDCBA


I have one of my debut direction in which my recommended the move: 7...Qxd5? (Mine is the question mark!)

rn2kb1r/ppp2ppp/8/3q1b2/4nP2/5N2/PPPN2PP/R1BQKB1R w
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ABCDEFGH


and more: 8.Bc4 Qc5 9.Qe2 Qe7

rn2kb1r/ppp1qppp/8/5b2/2B1nP2/5N2/PPPNQ1PP/R1B1K2R w
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ABCDEFGH


And what do you think to go a little bit?
Give me (if you please) for your suggestions for this game.
Good luck!
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27Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-16 05:22:34
Note: Of course, that anyone can read and participate in all three of my course in chess - of their choice, anywhere, regardless of your score! Designated rating from me - odds are contingent and only show the degree of difficulty in tasks. Good luck! Georgi-

28Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-17 03:10:43
For those with a rating less than 1900
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Expect our: \\\'\\\'For those with a rating less than 1900\\\'\\\' in Friday !

I will expect your answers and your opinions and for: \'\'For those with a rating greater than 1900\'\' from Wednesday , and for: \'\'Play along with great masters!\'\'from Monday .

Good luck! Georgi
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29Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-18 00:40:12
For those with a rating less than 1900
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Bookmark and learn: this is 100 % a draw! (No matter who is on the move!)
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Bookmark and learn: this is 100 % a draw! (No matter who is on the move!)
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Bookmark and learn: this is 100 % a draw! (No matter who is on the move!)
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30Cyprus  kali-mera2014-07-18 04:42:11
For those with a rating less than 1900
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The task last Friday was correctly determined by kai2011 and I will not repeat.
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The new lesson:
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Alone a lady mate does not!
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Bookmark and learn: this is 100 % a draw! (No matter who is on the move!):

7k/8/5NK1/7N/8/4q3/8/8 w
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ABCDEFGH


Alone a lady mate does not!
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But this the blacks will win:
(No matter who is on the move!)

7k/8/5N2/7N/8/4q3/2K5/8 w
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ABCDEFGH


The blacks will win, they will forcing the whites to escapes the black king from the trap (white to move):

7k/8/5N2/7N/8/8/2q5/K7 w
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ABCDEFGH


or (white to move):

7k/8/5N2/7N/8/1q6/8/K7 w
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ABCDEFGH



Bookmark and learn: this is 100 % a draw! (No matter who is on the move!)
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Alone a lady mate does not!
(No matter who is on the move!):

8/8/8/4k3/3q4/2R5/1P6/K7 w
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ABCDEFGH


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But this the blacks will win:
(No matter who is on the move!):

8/8/8/4k3/3q4/2R5/1P6/4K3 w
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ABCDEFGH


Here the white king is far from his army (the pawn \'\'b2\'\') and the blacks uill win after: 1...Qb4.
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The new task:
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Alone a horse mate does not!
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Here the whites to move and they do a draw.


8/8/8/3n4/8/8/p2K4/k7 w
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ABCDEFGH



How will you play now: 1.Kc2 or 1.Kc1 - that is the question. I will expect your answers. Good luck!
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I will expect your answers and your opinions and for: \'\'For those with a rating greater than 1900\'\' from Wednesday , and for: \'\'Play along with great masters!\'\'from Monday .
Good luck! Your friend: Georgi
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31Russian  kai20112014-07-18 09:20:35
To play or not to play? Here hamlet grinned and made his move... What? That is the question! Almost by Shakespeare. In Russian almost verses! Georgi, good task to the knowledge of the match fields!.-

32Canada  dsuttlesChessHere Moderator2014-07-18 09:37:45
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