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  1. 04 Oct '08 21:23


    White to move.
  2. 05 Oct '08 00:12
    Or not.
  3. 05 Oct '08 00:17
    I've looked at this and I just don't have a clue.
  4. 05 Oct '08 00:23
    nxf7
  5. 05 Oct '08 00:24
    Originally posted by Eladar
    I've looked at this and I just don't have a clue.
    Open your mind and cast away all dogmas. Look harder for if I could find the correct move then surely you can as well.
  6. 05 Oct '08 00:26
    is it nxf7??
  7. 05 Oct '08 00:32
    Originally posted by jlilly
    is it nxf7??
    You tell me. Is it? Would you care to let the rest of us know why you believe that to be the answer?
  8. 05 Oct '08 00:33
    Nxf7 was my guess too. If the black king takes the knight, then Nd6+ seems strong to me.

    How much voltage is needed for a really effective zap, anyway?
  9. 05 Oct '08 00:39
    Originally posted by Mad Rook
    Nxf7 was my guess too. If the black king takes the knight, then Nd6+ seems strong to me.

    How much voltage is needed for a really effective zap, anyway?
    It has to be like flipping on a light, before the zap the position appears close to equal then the key is played and the position now seems to have as opposite prospects as dark is to light.
  10. 05 Oct '08 00:40 / 2 edits
    nxf7 Kxf7
    nd6+

    Allows white queen to hit g6

    Pretty easy zapparoo!
  11. 05 Oct '08 00:45
    i think he meant to post his favourite nude model, but he typed the wrong link, that's why nothing makes sense here
  12. 05 Oct '08 00:48
    Originally posted by jlilly
    nxf7 Kxf7
    nd6+

    Allows white queen to hit g6

    Pretty easy zapparoo!
    What say you after Qxg6 and why is g6 so important?
  13. 05 Oct '08 00:48
    am I right or am i missing the point?
  14. 05 Oct '08 00:48
    I can't think that far ahead
  15. 05 Oct '08 00:49
    All I know is that once white Qxg6, she is right next to her knight which might have the potential to protect her as she mates with the foreign king