Originally posted by arterioesA silly question - You played this against Chessmaster. Can't you use Chessmaster to analyze the position?
I reached this position as white while playing against chessmaster and settled for a draw. Is there a win for white here? Thanks in advance.
White to play.[fen]8/8/3k2P1/pp3n2/8/1PP5/3K4/8[/fen]
Originally posted by Mad RookOK, I guess I've just answered my own question.
A silly question - You played this against Chessmaster. Can't you use Chessmaster to analyze the position?
Originally posted by greenpawn34Swapping sides, good idea. As long as Grommit doesn't start saying, "I'm sorry, Geoff, I can't let you do that."
Hi Mad One.
No I was not thinking anything like that all.
I was wondering why one would agree a draw with a computer?
You play on and if you are getting beat you swap sides.
I play Grommit, it's sly, when it evaluates the position as won
say a +4 I swap sides and find out it was lying.
Originally posted by greenpawn34Hey thanks for taking the effort. I knew i had screwed that one some how.
No White win as the Knight on g7 can hold the g-pawn and
if the White King tries to dislodge it then the Black a-pawn will win.
As SF says all winning chances with Black.
Looked at a few of your games.
Something to be learned from game Game 4565169 .
Put position after Black's 56th move 56...Ke6 into Chess Master.
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Or better still you take White again and win it.