• Chris

    I played Qxe4. Using Fritz 11, h4 appears to be a blunder…given Rg7! (everything else leads to #) Kxg7 37.Qd7+ R8f7! 38.Qxg4+ Kh8 39.Qxh4 Kg7 40.Qg4+ Kf8 41.Qc8+ Kg8 and Black seems to secure the draw. The computer indicates that other continuations for White lead to inferior positions…the above is the best line for White.

    • RCA_moderator

      Hi Chris,
      Yes, it seems to be true. Thank you for your input.
      We will look to avoid these mistakes in the future.

      Prasaadh | Student Support Officer

  • Chris

    I played Qxe4. Using Fritz 11, h4 appears to be a blunder…given Rg7! (everything else leads to #) Kxg7 37.Qd7+ R8f7! 38.Qxg4+ Kh8 39.Qxh4 Kg7 40.Qg4+ Kf8 41.Qc8+ Kg8 and Black seems to secure the draw. The computer indicates that other continuations for White lead to inferior positions…the above is the best line for White.


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