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Subject: Re: If you like to solve easy forced mate... (mate in 7)

Author: leonid

Date: 13:31:47 01/24/01

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On January 24, 2001 at 13:53:17, Heiner Marxen wrote:

>On January 24, 2001 at 09:07:30, leonid wrote:
>>If you like to solve some easy force mate, here is one.
>>[D]2r4k/3b1p2/b2b1N2/bPrNnbb1/3nb1nn/Pn5P/1B2RQR1/4RKR1 b - -
>>Please indicate your result.
>Chest found a mate in 7, here.  22.5 minutes, K6-3/400 30MB hash.
>Here is sort of PV:
>1.Bdxb5 Nxe4  2.Bxe1 Nb4  3.Bxe2+ Qxe2  4.Bg3 Nc2  5.Rxc2 Nf2 6.Ne3+ Ke1 7.Rxe2#
>>If you have somewhere forced mate position from real championship and that is
>>above 6 moves deep, please put it here. Best will be well populated, with many
>>pieces. This is actually what I wanted to do today but was not able to find
>>suitable one. All the time some short mates in 3 and 4. It will be curious to
>>see how actual chess program perform in real forced mate situation.
>Sorry, most of what I have are composed problems, not from real games.

Hi, Heiner! It is out of context by I want to thank you for saying me how to
make graphics work. Before I just din't that simple thing.


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