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It’s Your Move: daily chess puzzle #298

March 21, 2016

White to play and win

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Keene v Robatsch, Madrid 1971

Solution

Part of my chess education, as a British junior of the Fischer era: I have seen this game of England’s second (correction, previously I wrote first, by mistake) GM many times.

1 Rf7! Kf7 2 Rf1+ Ke7 (2…Kg8 3 Nf6+) 3 d6+ Kd7

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4 Rf7+ is curtains. Nc5 follows.

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