Originally posted by ParShooter29.Kb2 followed by 30.c3
..Be6 takes the B out of danger, protects the N and aims the B at the a2 square. Then both of our bishops form a battery aimed at the white king.
After that, we can take the c2 pawn with our rook, move the N to e4 and we've got our entire army in hot pursuit of his king.
Originally posted by ResigningSoon29 .. Rb4+
29.Kb2 followed by 30.c3
This goes for all moves not 28...Nc3
Originally posted by ParShooter29...Rb4+ 30.Kc1 Nc3 31.Rd3 Nxa2+ 32.Kd2 I'm guessing this isn't what we should be looking for(our knight's sorta trapped and he's about to take our bishop).
29 .. Rb4+
30 .. a5.
White's knight remains pinned because Bb2#.
Be1 is answered by Rxd4 and we win a piece.
If the rook moves along the first ran, we take the knight.
If the rook moves to d2 or d3, we take the a2 pawn with check.
If the knight moves to c6, forking our rook and pawn, ..Rb1+, Kd2 ..RxR+ and we win.
Maybe I missed something?
Originally posted by peacedogOnce again, how do you continue after 28...Rc2 29.Kb2 Nc3 30.Re1
I'd like to know whats wrong with Rc2? Followed up by Nc3.