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Discovered Checkmate by a pinned bishop



 
 
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Old April 30th 04, 09:22 PM posted to alt.chess
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Default Discovered Checkmate by a pinned bishop

I ran into this yesterday. Not sure what to do.

I created a discovered checkmate yesterday, but the bishop checking my opponents king
was itself pinned by my opponents queen, blocking a checkmate of my own king.

How is this resolved?

iglam



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Old April 30th 04, 10:02 PM posted to alt.chess
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Default Discovered Checkmate by a pinned bishop

Oh, and I forgot to add. His queen was also pinned, and could not take my
bishop....

iglam

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I ran into this yesterday. Not sure what to do.

I created a discovered checkmate yesterday, but the bishop checking my opponents king
was itself pinned by my opponents queen, blocking a checkmate of my own king.

How is this resolved?

iglam





 




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