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It’s Your Move: daily chess puzzle #301

March 24, 2016

White to play and win

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Keene-Darga, Cheltenham 1971

Solution

Not too hard today: after realising that exchanging on f4 fails to Qc7 pinning, 1 d4! breaks the pin.

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Then, after exchanges, White is a piece up, rounds up the e3 pawn, and the win is then trivial.

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