A Brilliant Endgame Study



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32 comments

  1. I get a different analysis in Stockfish which is way more complex: 1. Kb5 Rd5+ 2. Kb4 Kb2 3. c8=Q – mate in 24. That’s definitely not easy for a human. Does demo how tricky this problem is!

  2. Nelson, I'm a fellow NM & I'd like to say what a FANTASTIC job you did in this video of this classic composition. Keep up the great work!

  3. All I'm thinking is, 'why on earth did Black allow that pawn to get that far??' I need to see the moves before this πŸ˜‚

  4. Interesting to note that if the black king was in B1 instead of A1 this position would be a draw because the Rook can come to D2 and start checking the white king until he either accepts the draw by perpetual check or line up in front of the pawn/promoted piece

  5. Thats a draw if i were move i go to rook to d5 so that the king cannot takes my rook instead of rook to d4

  6. It is true because if black played Rd4, white can't premote because black will play Rc4 and you can't take it because it will be a draw by stalemate

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