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Jacques Mieses vs Bernhard Richter
Frankfurt (1887)
Formation: King's Indian Attack (A07)  ·  1-0
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May-30-04  loudubb: This is a nice instance where a Queen pawn promotion wasnt neccessary. However, it would of worked anyway.
May-30-04
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  akiba82: loudubb: if 75 b8=Q then 75...Ra3+ 76 Ra5 Ra5#. But white can underpromote with check thereby avoiding the mate.
Apr-29-11
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  SpoiltVictorianChild: Good Tuesday puzzle!
Oct-07-11
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  Phony Benoni: After <74...Kc6>


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As it happens, the knight promotion is the easiest way. But White has another nice winning move, if you want to take a shot at finding it.

Apr-07-16
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  fredthebear: Please post the source if anyone knows of this game having been annotated elsewhere. It's a rather long but straight forward endgame.
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