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Black to Play

Pete Tamburro on

Published in Chess Puzzles

White’s pawns look dangerous, so you have to take that into account as Black to win this.


Nimzowtisch won this against Stoltz, Berlin, 1928. 1...f4 2.gxf4+ 2.b6 Kd6 3.a5 fxg3 4.a6 Kc6 5.b7 Kc7 6.Ke2 d3+ 7.Ke1 g2 8.Kf2 d2 2...Kd6!! 3.b6 3.a5 g3 4.a6 Kc7 5.a7 Kb7 6.b6 g2 3...g3 4.Ke2 d3+ 5.Ke1 d2+ 6.Ke2 g2 and one pawn will queen.

 


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