Originally posted by greenpawn34Thanks for your comments. The P promotes sooner, as you say, but is the mate quicker if you let the opposing K get away from the edge? Our goal is checkmate, not the Q--a master of annotations taught me that.
... there is a quicker way to promote.
Here with White to play the simple 9.g7 Kf7, 10 Kh7.
Originally posted by greenpawn34Bah, my game's more interesting...you didn't even let your guy have any fun.
The Ducks in Thailand (cheers Mike) Need someone else to host The Duck.
Up to date RHP Ch stats. (only 3% of the games has ended in a draw.)
Great game by SG lifted from the forum then one better. ( )
Some happy RHP chappie who resigned in a won postion.
And by request the return of Endgame Ernie.
Originally posted by TygertHave you not read the news? The NSA has direct access to RHP servers--they are dredging millions of chess games, searching for terrorist plots cleverly encrypted as innocuous-seeming chess games. No thanks; I'll keep my privates private and I'll keep my strict neutrality too (= we sell weapons to everyone and their bank accounts stay secret). </sarcasm>
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Originally posted by SwissGambitI have the fun in my games, my opponents are there to suffer.
Bah, my game's more interesting...you didn't even let your guy have any fun.
Originally posted by greenpawn34I don't think my move has a theme name. It's a bit too simple to get one.
I have the fun in my games, my opponents are there to suffer.
Anyway he had the fun of seeing his name in print when the game
was published in the British Chess Magazine and they declared it a world record.
That backward pin breaking move with the Rook was good.
No surprise from me you found that one as it's problem like move.
Does it have a problem term like 'The Grimshaw' or 'The Indian Theme.'.