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White to move and win
 
Category: A puzzle a day... | Views: 667 | Added by: tgf
Total comments: 4
1  
I do not understand - on 1.e1-f2 I go c5-d4 - what's next?

2  
1. e1-f2 c5-d4 2. f2-g3 h6-g5 3. g3-h4
If 3.  ...e3-f2 4. h4xf6 e5xg7 5. c3xe1 white wins

If 3.  ...f4-g3 4. d2xd6 g3-f2 5. g1xc5 g5-f4 6. d6-c7 f4-e3 7. c7-b8 e3-f2 8. c3-b4 f2-e1 9. b2-c3 h2-g1 10. b8-a7 g1xb6 11. a7xf2 white wins

3  
Not good, you did not find the best defense, after 1. e1-f2 c5-d4 2. f2-g3 the move is e3-f2!

4  
1. e1-f2 c5-d4 2. f2-g3 e3-f2 3. g1xg5 h6xf4 4. b2-a3 d4xb2 5. d2-e3 f4xd2 6. c1xe3 h2xd2 7. a3xe3

Many things to the game, Thanks. The ending is exquisite.

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