Originally posted by prosoccerNf3+ Kany Qxb1 wins easily. had this position occurred in one of my games, I would not even waste time considering anything else. It is easy to see that black gets enough material for his sacced queen.
One from a kings indian game I saw recently, this isn't the exact situation but it works.
BLACK TO MOVE AND WIN
Originally posted by richjohnsonOo, that's a gorgeous combination. Is it what you had in mind, prosoccer?
1. ... Bxf2+
2. Kh2 (Rxf2...Qxb1+) ... Bg1+
Originally posted by CZekeThe game I believe prosoccer is referring to is Botwinnik-Smyslov from 1954.
Oo, that's a gorgeous combination. Is it what you had in mind, prosoccer?
(Jusuh, he said this wasn't the exact position. The point was to find the mating combination; the other forces can be balanced to make this a proper problem easily enough.)
Originally posted by JusuhHere's the complete game:
The game I believe prosoccer is referring to is Botwinnik-Smyslov from 1954.
[fen]B4rk1/pb3pbp/3p2p1/4n1B1/Q5P1/P5P1/1q3P2/1R3RK1 w - - 0 1[/fen]
Black (Smyslow) to play. This is the correct position