De Magician Vs Stone Master

Posted: December 10, 2010 in Chess Middlegame, Chess Tactic, Mating Attack, My Chess Game, Puzzle Solving

Masrin Erowan – Mohd Fadli Zakaria (2213)

Royal Selangor Open 2004 (Round 2)

White to move & win.

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Comments
  1. Melvin says:

    White to move Queen to f6!

  2. Archie says:

    Bf6 ! confirm mati rook… ndak tau la

  3. Melvin says:

    or maybe rook to b4 first, then black moves his pawn to b5…then B takes c4.then dxc4.then Queen to f6..then rook goes to g8…then white advances his pawn to d5, sacrifice.

  4. Mark Wong Siang Kai says:

    I would think Qf6 threatening to capture the rook. If Rf1 then Bxc4 followed by Rxb6. The immediate threat is Rxe6 threatening mate. The rook is immune due to the checkmate on e7. If black tries to be creative with 0-0 then Bh6 with mate the next move.

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