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3 minutes ago, sployal said:

Ha ha, try again Mags.

Knight on E2 gets taken by Rook on E5🤣

 

Ok over three moves then. Black Queen i8 to take White Rook on e5.

9 minutes ago, sployal said:

Ha ha, try again Mags.

Knight on E2 gets taken by Rook on E5🤣

 

To be honest I am not entirely sure which is King or Queen?

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1 minute ago, Mr Magnificent said:

I think the King's are on C 1&8. The Rooks are near suggesting both castled. 

Agreed both Kings have castled, go back to my earlier post Mags, in a chess problem such as this then the question must be posed as :

Black to play and win in X (moves).

Hairy as usual is doing our brains in🤣

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4 minutes ago, sployal said:

Agreed both Kings have castled, go back to my earlier post Mags, in a chess problem such as this then the question must be posed as :

Black to play and win in X (moves).

Hairy as usual is doing our brains in🤣

Yes, agreed without the amount of moves it could be anything. 

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Now if Black sacrifices his Queen by taking Rook on e5, pawn d4 takes Queen on e5, this opens Mags move of Knight from f4 to e2 check, King from c1 to c2, Bishop from e8 to g6, White must concede as the only defence is Queen from h1 to e4 which leads to the capture of the White Queen and mate.

Obviously this will not happen if after Queen takes Rook in e5 and pawn on d4 refuses capture of Queen and White counter attacks with Rook on d1 to d2.

How many moves Hairy?

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10 hours ago, Bastion said:

Can you clarify King / Queen

 

10 hours ago, sployal said:

How many moves Hairy?

Normally is should be : Black to play and win in X

 

8 hours ago, Mr Magnificent said:

Yes, agreed without the amount of moves it could be anything. 

 

5 hours ago, sployal said:

Now if Black sacrifices his Queen by taking Rook on e5, pawn d4 takes Queen on e5, this opens Mags move of Knight from f4 to e2 check, King from c1 to c2, Bishop from e8 to g6, White must concede as the only defence is Queen from h1 to e4 which leads to the capture of the White Queen and mate.

Obviously this will not happen if after Queen takes Rook in e5 and pawn on d4 refuses capture of Queen and White counter attacks with Rook on d1 to d2.

How many moves Hairy?

4 moves. In the actual match White resigned after Black's next move.

 

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