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costas

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Greece
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Sat Jan 28 2006 11:13AM | MsgID: 3471439


yes thank you papa, i was guarding the check fro the f file but had nt seen the one from g4.....

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France
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Sat Jan 28 2006 8:23AM | MsgID: 3470789


Salut Costas!
If ...Nd3 at some point, then Ng6#, unless ...Nd3 is done with check of course. Similarly White must avoid ...Nc4+. Hence the little Rundlauf a1-b1-a2 executed throughout the solution.



costas

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Greece
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Sat Jan 28 2006 2:56AM | MsgID: 3470200


papa, i dont understand the solution. why is not the black, especially in their last two three moves try to free an extra square
i think the structure Nd3, Nhf2 would suffice...can you please tell me where and what i am missing?

be well
costas



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Fri Jan 27 2006 7:51PM | MsgID: 3467669


The Blathy and Sidorov positions posted recently in the chess endgames forum are instances of the grotesque genre I have always affectionated. The following is rather a task, but at least all Black pawns are on the board!

Puzzle Challenge #1033 set by papadoble

Composer: O'Shea, The Problemist, 1989, 1st prize
Stipulation: White to play and mate in 48

Solve the position using the Interactive board below. Click on a piece to move it, then click destination square