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  1. 30 Dec '09 23:16
    I am playing this game on another site, so you are free to make comments.
    I have just played the following position and the move Re5 looks completely winning for white.
    However.... there is a most masterful combination which leads to either the regain of my material or a crushing loss for white.... see if you can spot what I have got in mind?


  2. Standard member Nowakowski
    10. O-O
    31 Dec '09 00:23 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by Tyrannosauruschex
    I am playing this game on another site, so you are free to make comments.
    I have just played the following position and the move Re5 looks completely winning for white.
    However.... there is a most masterful combination which leads to either the regain of my material or a crushing loss for white.... see if you can spot what I have got in mind?

    2. Qd5 Qc4
    33. Qf3 Rcd8 34. Ra7 Rd3 35. Qe2 Bg5 36. Rac7 Qd5 37.Re5 [/pgn]
    37. Re5 Rxh3+

    38. Nh2 Rxh2+ 39. Kxh2 f3 40. gxf3 Bf4+






    very nice by the way t-rex
  3. 31 Dec '09 00:25
    37. ...Rxh3+ etc.
  4. 31 Dec '09 13:41
    Nice. I like the variation where the g5 Bishop dominates the
    two Rooks and they cannot prevent the pawn from Queening.

    Play out the variation. The c2 Rook cannot go to e7 or c1
    and the d5 Rook cannot got to e5 'cos of the fork.

    Charming.

  5. 01 Jan '10 09:12
    Originally posted by Tyrannosauruschex
    I am playing this game on another site, so you are free to make comments.
    Doubt it
  6. 01 Jan '10 14:40
    Look at my games in progess if you dont believe me.
  7. 01 Jan '10 17:16
    a Beautifull trap....

    MAn' i think I may miss it too.
  8. 01 Jan '10 17:25 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by Tyrannosauruschex
    you are free to make comments.
    Doubt the other site would allow that
  9. 01 Jan '10 17:41
    Originally posted by Tyrannosauruschex
    I am playing this game on another site, so you are free to make comments.
    I have just played the following position and the move Re5 looks completely winning for white.
    However.... there is a most masterful combination which leads to either the regain of my material or a crushing loss for white.... see if you can spot what I have got in mind?
    ...[text shortened]... 2. Qd5 Qc4
    33. Qf3 Rcd8 34. Ra7 Rd3 35. Qe2 Bg5 36. Rac7 Qd5 37.Re5 [/pgn]
    You play some of the most beautiful chess Ty.
    I always enjoy the games you share.