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  Study 296: L. Prokes (1940) - Solution

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Wed Oct 28 2009 9:19AM | MsgID: 12198674


Try the chess compositions forum if you want chess compositions in interactive form. Both forums could be resurrected, they only need new comments and problems...



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Tue Oct 27 2009 4:01AM | edited: 4:06:54 | MsgID: 12193120


Originally posted by: "papadoble"
Very unusual work in the field of endgame studies, the seemingly obvious solution is actually deep in view of the beautiful try.
Btw, is this forum dead?
In any case, many thanks Philip for your past - and I hope future, efforts to share beautiful chess ideas!




It's not dead but I just found out that it existed!
Someone should promote this forum a bit!
I found it quite by chance!

The only problem with it is it's not a real puzzle.
I mean it doesn't give blacks response after I move a white piece...




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Sat Apr 25 2009 8:04PM | MsgID: 11276397


Very unusual work in the field of endgame studies, the seemingly obvious solution is actually deep in view of the beautiful try.
Btw, is this forum dead?
In any case, many thanks Philip for your past - and I hope future, efforts to share beautiful chess ideas!



Philip

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Sun Dec 28 2008 8:32AM | MsgID: 10580913









Analyse position


1.Rd1+! 1 Kc7 2 2.Rc3+ Kb6 3.Rb1+ Ka5 3 4.Ra3#

1 Not 1.Rd3+? Kc7 2.Rc1+ Kb6 3.Rb3+ Ka5 4.Ra1+ Ra2 5.Ra3+ Rxa3 6.Rxa3+ Kb4 =
2 Or 1...Rd2 2.Rd3+
3 Or 3...Rb2 4.Rb3+



Philip

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Sun Dec 14 2008 10:50AM | MsgID: 10502676


White to play and win. Solution next week.








Analyse position