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1. .... R8 x c6 2. Rxc6 Qxd4+3. Kf1 * Ng44. R1c2 Qd3+5. Kg2 Ne3+ 6. Kh3 ** Qf1+7. Kh4 g5#*else if 3. Kg2 Re2+ wins** else if 6. Kg1/h1 Qf1+ wins
1. ... R8xc6!! wins easily.If Rxc6, White gets checkmate very quickly.2. Rxc6 Qxd4+ 0-1(checkmate soon follows)If not, White is a piece up.2. Qxb5 Qd4+ 0-1(piece up, strong attack)
1. … Rc8xc62. Rxc6 Qxd4+3. Kg2 or Kh1 or Kf13. … threaten with the queen both the king and the c1 rook, then … Qxc1, Rxc1 Rxa6, up one knight
Rcc6 followed by Qd4 leads to mate
... Rcxc6 Rxc6 Qd4+a.Kh1 Qe4+Kg1 Qe3+Kh1 Qxc1 (Rxc1 Rxa6)b.Kf1 Qd3+Kg1 Qe3+Kh1 Qxc1+king can't escape via the second rank because of:c.Kg2 Qd2+Kh3 Qxc1+White is a knight up and wins the game (if he's not totally incompetent)
1. ... Rcxc6! 2. Rxc6 Qxd4+ 3. Kf1 (3. Kg2 Rd2+ 4. Kh3 Qg4#) Qd3+ and Black has a devastating attack.
1 .. R8 x c62. R X c6 Q x d4+ No matter how and where the white king moves, the Queen can give a check while attacking the Rook @ C1 and takes it.If Black Rook @c6 takes the queen then White Rook will take the Black Queen @ a6.
I spent a long time trying to get my R to e2 until I found Ng4 and Qd1. I think this is it:1)......Rcxc62) Rxc6 Qxd4+3) Kf1 [if Kh1 or Kg2 then Re2 leads to #]3) .....Ng4 4) R2c2 [ if R6c2 then Rxa6 wins Q]4) .....Qd1+ 5) Kg2 Ne3+6) Kf2 [if Kh3 Qg4#]6).....Qf1#Enjoyed this one.....Andrew
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