Chess Puzzle 101

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Chess endgame puzzle 101
White to move and win
[See answer at the bottom]

Puzzle 101 Solution Hints
Rook and bishop vs rook and pawn. This chess endgame puzzle is not difficult but useful to learn... Hint 1: The first move is obvious move the rook to check. Hint 2: The second move is also obvious move the bishop to check... Hint 3: To win this endgame, White will need only 4 moves. Will you manage to find the correct solution?

Puzzle 101 Data
1. Author: Alexander Dobordzginidze
2. Year:    1938

About the Author
Alexander Dobordzginidze was a famous chess composer. He composed many chess compositions and endgame studies. He was a Georgian by nationality and lived in the former Soviet Union.



Puzzle Recommendations
You may solve this chess puzzle online or using a real chess board. Find the puzzle answer (the puzzle solution) below. Analyze the solution to see the best moves for White and Black and learn the winning ideas of the chess endgame.

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# Note: See the Puzzle Answer below #



Chess endgame puzzle 101

The Puzzle Answer
1. Rf8+    Kh7
2. Bf5+    Kh6
[2. c6? Be4 3. cxb7 Bxb7 1/2-1/2]
[2... Be4 3. Ng5+! ; 2... Bf5 3. Nd4+! 1-0]

3. Rh8+   Kg5
4. Kf8!!    1-0
[The Black king on g5 has blocked the friendly rook]
[The White king attacks the Black rook will be lost]
[Analyze and learn the move of the White king 4. Kf8!!]











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