6 months ago
Here is another video from "Chess in the Wilderness" series where I am analyzing a great chess puzzle composed by Genrikh Kasparian! White manages to activate his bishop in the cost of a rook sacrifice and allows Black to promote to a queen! But it turns out that the bishop is stronger than the queen and once White manages to put Black in a position of zugzwang Black king is quickly getting checkmated! The video was shot during my hiking tour in Eranos mountain range!
Genrikh Kasparian, Chess in the USSR, 1934
White is winning
This position in Forsyth-Edwards Notation (FEN) is: 8/8/8/p5pp/P7/5pkP/1R2p1P1/6BK w - - 0 0
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