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Main » 2011 » September » 7 » Card 62
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Card 62
Category: Collection 1 | Views: 887 | Added by: tgf
Total comments: 4
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diagram 3 16-19 15:24, 12-16 with a win
diagram 5 10-15 19:3, 12:19 3:2 1-6 2:14 5:32 win
diagram 6 24-27 32:23 10-14 17:1 28-32 win
diagram 8 22-25 20-16 1-6!! 16-11 25-30 win
have to analyze other positions. later. I dont particularly care for ones to solve positions with computer programs as i feel its kind of like cheating instead use your mind. think!!!
roughneck

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Diagram 1:

After a few trials I finally came to the conclusion the key must be hidden in the force play: 1.13-17 white must play: 25-22 [ after realizing white cannot play: 1...18-15 ] 2.9-13 18x9 3.10-15 19x3 [ 3...21x14 4.7-10 14x7 5.2x25 30x21 6.15x24 9x2 7.1-6 2x9 8.13x6 ] 4.1-5 21x14 5.6-10 14x7 6.2x25 30x21 7.5x14 3x17 8.13x31.. I never saw any of this coming. Man, one of these a day and you need two days to recover. Great Shot... Thank's. (Youngblood)

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Diagram 2:

1.9-14 15-10 2.13-17 20-16 3.7-11 16x7 4.8-11 7x16 5.14x7 21x14 6.7-11 16x7 7.3x17 Tough. (Youngblood)

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For Dr. Smith #7: 1.10-14 8-4 2.14-32! and on most moves 1-15 and 32-9

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