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Posted by Victor Mikhalevski on August 15, 2011 at 5:20 PM

Grigoriev,N (1934)

White to play and draw


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Reply James Bischoff
8:11 PM on November 29, 2011 
1. Kd3, white king attacks b pawn, if black pawn on h file advances white knight can move around and attack it, if black king attacks knight on h7, white king will be able to make it back in time to stop blacks pawn from promoting, and, since it is a rook pawn, white will be able to reach the h1 square, before black's king and force a draw.

Right?
Reply Victor Mikhalevski
5:30 PM on November 30, 2011 
Hi James, Unfortunately, this would be too simple. Try to be more concrete. Good luck, Victor
James Bischoff says...
[James Bischoff]
1. Kd3, white king attacks b pawn, if black pawn on h file advances white knight can move around and attack it, if black king attacks knight on h7, white king will be able to make it back in time to stop blacks pawn from promoting, and, since it is a rook pawn, white will be able to reach the h1 square, before black's king and force a draw.

Right?

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