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1...Re2There does not appear to be any reasonable defence to the threat of 2. ... Q:h2#If 2. Q:e2 N:g3+ +/-If 2. R:e2 N:g3+3. Q:g3 Q:f1+ +/-
1. ... Re2! Yow!Next comes ... Ng3+
After spending 15 minutes trying to make Nh4 or Nxg3 or Rxe1 work. I saw the solution : Re2!! and there is no defense. white will lose a lot of material and get mated.
1....Re2!!!! 2.Rxe2 Nxg3+ (2.Qze2 Nxg3#)3.Qxg3 Qxf1+4.Qg1 Qxg1#
1. Nf5xg3+ wins the White Queen.--br
..Rxe1 Bxe1 Nxg3+ Qxg3 Qxf1+ Qg1 Qxg1#Rxe1 Nh4 Qf1 dead endSo..Re2!?Qxe2 Nxg3+ +-Rxe2 Nxg3+ Qxg3 Qf1+ Qg1 Qxg1#Rf2 Rxf2 +-Qg2 Qxg2#
Looks like some position in 20th century game.Probably easiest solution in recent postings.No need to copy the position on chess board for analysis.1.Re2 Rxe22.Qxh2# mate was threatened.(1... Qxe2 fails against 2.Nxg3#)2.Nxg3+ this mve comes any way.2..... Qxg33.Qxf1+ Qg1 4.Qxg1#
1. Re2! Qxe22. Nxg3+ 1. Re2! Rxe22. Nxg3+ Qxg33. Qxf1+ Qg14. Qxg1#
Haven't checked it with a computer, but 1...Re2 looks like the answer. White needs the queen covering g3 to defend against Nxg3 mate, and this deflects/overloads it, e.g.:2. Rxe2 Nxg3+3. Qxg3 Qxf1+or2. Qxe2 Nxg3#Anything I missed?
My previous comment should have started with 1.... Re2 with every move displaced forward by one step.I took 2.Qf2 for granted as I had ignored white B on d2 supporting R at e1.So white can play2.Rf2 which black replies by 2...Bxf2 and again white is in a fix.3.Rg1 Nxg3+4.Rxg3 Qf1+5.Rg1 Qxg1 #.
Lorfa has it right with Re2. The analysis seems right but why "!?"after Re2. It just seems to win!First move of Nxg3ch doesn't work because of Qxg3
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