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Old May 5th 04, 04:13 PM
Toni Lassila
 
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Default A little KRRP endgame puzzle

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r . . . . . . .
.. p . . . p . p
.. . p R . . . .
p . . p . P . k
.. . . . . . . .
.. . . . . P K P
r . P . . . P .
.. . . . R . . .

White to move and win.
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Old May 6th 04, 12:00 PM
Glenn C. Rhoads
 
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Default A little KRRP endgame puzzle

Toni Lassila wrote in message . ..
r7/1p3p1p/2pR4/p4P1k/8/5PKP/rPP3P1/4R3 w - - 0 1

r . . . . . . .
. p . . . p . p
. . p R . . . .
p . . p . P . k
. . . . . . . .
. . . . . P K P
r . P . . . P .
. . . . R . . .

White to move and win.


1.Kf4 threatens g4+ and Rh6#. Black can only delay this.

1. Kf4 Ra4+
2. Re4 Rxe4+
3. fxe4 f6
4. Rxf6 Rg8
5. g4+ Rxg4
6. hxg4+ Kh4
7. Rh6#
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