Luring the white king to c6...

4/11/2010 – ... was what Black had managed to achieve in this 140 year old classic, but now had to show that this was worth a full queen. What do you think, which assessment is true in this position? A) the game ends in perpetual check; B) the second player checkmates; C) White's material advantage prevails. The solution is here, but first ponder over it with a larger version of the diagram.

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What do you think, which assessment is true in this position? (Black to move)

A) the game ends in perpetual check;
B) the second player checkmates;
C) White's material advantage prevails.

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