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Black to move and win, Saw this nice win on my Twitter Feed.

Post by AdminX » Mon Nov 30, 2015 5:18 pm

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Re: Black to move and win, Saw this nice win on my Twitter F

Post by Ferdy » Mon Nov 30, 2015 6:30 pm

AdminX wrote:Image
Qxb5 Kxb5
var1: (Ka3 Qa5 Ra4 Bxb2#)
Rc5
var2: (Na7? Ka4 (Kb4? c5) Bc6 Kb4)
Ka4 Ra5#

Took me around 5 minutes, was fascinated exploring var2, where in fact the simple Rc5 will end it :).

If human will follow how computer plays, in tactical positions, a qsearch() could be enough, that is consider only capture and checking moves.

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Re: Black to move and win, Saw this nice win on my Twitter F

Post by AdminX » Tue Dec 01, 2015 10:07 am

Ferdy wrote: Qxb5 Kxb5
var1: (Ka3 Qa5 Ra4 Bxb2#)
Rc5
var2: (Na7? Ka4 (Kb4? c5) Bc6 Kb4)
Ka4 Ra5#

Took me around 5 minutes, was fascinated exploring var2, where in fact the simple Rc5 will end it :).

If human will follow how computer plays, in tactical positions, a qsearch() could be enough, that is consider only capture and checking moves.
I had not looked at 2nd variation once I saw the main line. :)
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