Attack Combination Puzzle

Chess Puzzle 32

A best endgame puzzle in chess. Famous and beautiful.
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Chess Puzzle 32: White to move and win
White to move and win       [The Answer at the bottom]
* The Puzzle Hints
Nice Puzzle to train the attack combination skills. Move the pawn on g7 to save the pawn, to block the Black King, and to attack the rook. Next, move the bishop… Then, the 3-move attack combination… The winning move is hidden, silent, unexpected, and beautiful…

* The Puzzle Data
1. Author: Guljajev, Aleksander
2. Year:    Not Specified

* The Puzzle Recommendation
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# Note: See the Puzzle Answer below #

Chess Puzzle 32

* The Puzzle Answer
1. g7            f2
2. Be7          f1=Q
3. Bf6           Qxf6
[Black has to take the pawn to prevent the checkmate 4.gh=Q#]
4. gh=Q+!!    Qxh8
[4. ef?? … Stalemate]
5. d4!!          1-0
[After 5.d4, Black Queen is locked and to be lost on f6 or g7]

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Online Puzzle 32 at www.chesselo.com to train the attack combination skills. Move the pawn on g7, then the bishop, and the 3-move attack. Author - Guljajev, A.

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