Problem Display
PID: 188916 (K4b2/3p4/3p1BRp/1pN4P/1kpN4/p5Q1/4P3/8 w - - 0 1)

Barth, Gustav A

Magyar Sakkvilag, 1911

K4b2/3p4/3p1BRp/1pN4P/1kpN4/p5Q1/4P3/8

#3

8 + 8


6490 yacpdb 2019
  • SOUND
  • Sets
    • 1...Ka5
      • 2.Qxa3+
        • 2...Kb6
          • 3.Bd8#
          • 3.Qa7#
    • 1...a2
      • 2.Qa3+
        • 2...Kxa3
          • 3.Sc2#
    • 1...d5
      • 2.Sc2+
        • 2...Ka5
          • 3.Bd8#
          • 3.Qc7#
        • 2...Kxc5
          • 3.Bd4#
          • 3.Qc7#
  • Tries
    • 1.Sc2+?
      • 1...Ka5
        • 2.Bd8#
      • 1...Kxc5!
    • 1.Sdb3?
      • threat
        • 2.Bc3#
        • 2.Qc3#
      • 1...a2
        • 2.Qc3+
          • 2...Ka3
            • 3.Sa1#
            • 3.Sc1#
            • 3.Sd2#
            • 3.Sd4#
            • 3.Sa5#
            • 3.Qa5#
      • 1...dxc5!
    • 1.Sa6+?
      • 1...Ka5
        • 2.Qxa3+
          • 2...Kb6
            • 3.Bd8#
      • 1...Ka4!
    • 1.Qb3+?
      • 1...Ka5
        • 2.Bd8#
        • 2.Qxb5#
      • 1...Kxc5
        • 2.Qxb5#
      • 1...cxb3!
  • Keys
    • 1.Rg4!
      • threat
        • 2.Qb3+
          • 2...Ka5
            • 3.Bd8#
            • 3.Qxb5#
          • 2...Kxc5
            • 3.Qxb5#
          • 2...cxb3
            • 3.Sdxb3#
      • 1...Ka5
        • 2.Qxa3+
          • 2...Kb6
            • 3.Bd8#
            • 3.Qa7#
      • 1...Kxc5
        • 2.Qxa3+
          • 2...Kd5
            • 3.e4#
          • 2...Kb6
            • 3.Bd8#
            • 3.Qa7#
          • 2...b4
            • 3.Qa5#
      • 1...dxc5
        • 2.Qb3+
          • 2...Ka5
            • 3.Qxb5#
          • 2...cxb3
            • 3.Sc6#
      • 1...Be7
        • 2.Qb3+
          • 2...Ka5
            • 3.Qxb5#
          • 2...Kxc5
            • 3.Qxb5#
          • 2...cxb3
            • 3.Sdxb3#
      • 1...a2
        • 2.Qa3+
          • 2...Kxa3
            • 3.Sc2#
      • 1...d5
        • 2.Sc2+
          • 2...Ka5
            • 3.Bd8#
            • 3.Qc7#
          • 2...Kxc5
            • 3.Qc7#


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