Austrian Attack

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11/26/2010 – No fewer than two rooks the first player had invested in this recent game from the Austrian Bundesliga to get to grips with the black king. How would you assess the situation after the last move 26...Nc1-d3? White's attack... A) ...results in perpetual check. B) ...leads to mate by force. C) ...is finished, Black's material advantage prevails. The solution is here, but first ponder over it with a larger version of the diagram.

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Austrian Attack
No fewer than two rooks the first player had invested in this recent game from the Austrian Bundesliga to get to grips with the black king. How would you assess the situation after the last move 26...Nc1-d3? White's attack...

A) ...results in perpetual check.
B) ...leads to mate by force.
C) ...is finished, Black's material advantage prevails.


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