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1. g6 fxg6 (forced)now:2. h7+ kh83. Kf6 f44. Kxg6 Bf5+5. Kh6 1-0or2. Kxe6 Nb33. Rxa2 Kh74. Rh2white is probably better, but black has playif you want to have some fun, vote for which game(s) will have a result (win/loss) in round 2 candidates. http://goo.gl/kMTv1
White is winning.1. g6!! fxg6(else Ra8+ checkmate)2. Kf6 1-0(White mates soon. For instance:2. ... Bd53. Kxg6 Nc24. h7+ Kh85. Rd7 Bf7+6. Rxf7 a1=Q7. Rf8+ checmkate)
1. g6 fxe6 (forced; otherwise Ra8#)2. Kxg5 anything3. Rxa2White eliminates pawn that is close to queening and captures Bishop and comes out on top.
1. g6, threatening2. Ra8+ Bc83. Rxc8#1. … Kf82. g7+2. … Ke83. g8=Q#2. … Kg83. Ra8+ Kh74. Rh8+ Kg65. g8=Q+ etc.1. … f6+2. Kxe6 and3. Ra8#1. … fxg62. Kxe6,3. Rxa2 and white wins.
1. g6! creates an immediate threat 2. Ra8+ and checkmate in the next move.To meet this threat Black is forced to open an escape route for his King via 1. ... gxf6 (or 1. ... f6+). Then White will kill the Bishop on e6 (by 2. Kxe6) and Black's pawn on a2 becomes unprotected.The rest is a matter of pure technique.
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