Chess Puzzle 111

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Chess endgame puzzle 111
White to move and win
[See answer at the bottom]

Puzzle 111 Solution Hints
The queen and bishop vs queen endgame is a draw. In some rare cases, the party with the extra bishop may win. Learn this endgame to learn a case... Hint 1: Pay attention to the locations of the Black king and queen - the White bishop may deliver fork under the support of its queen. Hint 2: To win, White should made a brilliant intermediate move by the queen. This move is also called zwischenzug. Hint 3: The first piece to move is the White queen with check...

Puzzle 111 Data
1. Author: Henri Rinck
2. Year:    1943

About the Author
Henri Rinck (1870-1952) is one of the most famous chess composers on endgame study of all times. He is considered to be an architect of modern chess composition. Henri Rinck was born in France and died in Spain. He is the author of more than 1600 endgame studies.

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# Note: See the Puzzle Answer below #

Chess endgame puzzle 111

The Puzzle Answer
1. Qh6+   Kg8
2. Qg6+   Qg7
[2... Kh8? 3. Bf6+ 1-0]
3. Qf5!!   Qd4
[Please do analyze and learn 3. Qf5!!]
[It is intermediate move or zwischenzug]

4. Qf7+   Kh8
5. Bf6+   1-0
[Bishop fork under the support of queen]

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