• White to move and win
[See answer at the bottom]
• Puzzle 114 Solution Hints
2 minor pieces of White - the bishop and knight - against the Black rook surrounded by 2 pawns from each party. Having solved this chess endgame puzzle, you will learn 2 beautiful winning ideas. They are shown in the solution as the brilliant bishop move and the brilliant move of the knight. Hint 1: To win this chess endgame, White first must unblock the g6-pawn. Hint 2: Then White must secure the passed pawn against the Black rook. Hint 2: The first White piece to move is the bishop...
• Puzzle 114 Data
1. Author: Henri Rinck
2. Year: 1909
• About the Author
Henri Rinck (1870-1952) is one of the greatest chess composers on endgame study of all times. He is considered to be an architect of modern chess composition. Henri Rinck was French by nationality. He composed more than 1600 endgame studies.
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# Note: See the Puzzle Answer below #
• The Puzzle Answer
1. Bf6+! gxf6
[Black has to take the bishop due to the skewer on rook]
[Black took the bishop and the g6-pawn was unblocked]
2. Ng5! fxg5
[Please learn 2. Ng5! This move prevents the rook move]
[3... Rg1 by delivering knight fork on f3]
3. g7 1-0
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