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how about1. Qxe5 Qxe52. Nf7+ Kh73. Nxe5this wins a knight. is it the best way to play? i don`t know.greets, jan
1. Qxe5 wins knight. If 1. - , Qxe5 then 2. Nf7+ and wins queen instead.
Qxe5 wins a cool piece!1. Qxe5 Qxe52. Nf7+ Kh73. Nxe5 1-0
1. Qxe5 Qxe52. Nf7+ Kh73. Nxe5
A move that immediately screams out here, is:1. Qxe5!If black takes queen, then white retakes with a knight fork Nf7+, due to the pinned bishop.White is up with a bishop and wins the game.
It looks like just a very simple tactic, but I can't see any real complications, perhaps I'm missing something.Qxe5!Winning the Knight for free. If Black puts hopes into the a-pawn with say ...Qf8, Qxc7 looks safe enough.If ...Qxe5, Nf7+ Kh7, Nxe5 and the a-pawn is also no threat in this line
1Qxn 2Knight fork Piece up
Qxe5!Black cant take coz Nf7+ and the LSB cant take the knight coz its pinned by the Rook.
1.Qxe5 Qxe5 2.Nf7+ Kh7 3.Nex5Kamalakanta
What if Black does not take the white queen but instead advances the a3-pawn?1. Qxe5 a2If2. Qxa2then2. … Qxe5and3. Nf7+no more works.Is2. Bd4good? Or is2. Qxe8better?
Well, if 1.Qxe5 a2 2.Bd4! seals the deal.Kamalakanta
1. Qxe5 a22. Qxe8! a1=Q? (Nxe8 Rxa2 is still up with just a piece)3. Rxa1! Nxe8 (enforced, Rxa1 Qg6 is down with queen)4. Rxb1 is up with rook and piece.
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