On a knife's edge ...

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2/18/2011 – ... was this game from the current Polish championship where White had just played his knight to f3, heading for e5 but allowing its colleague to strike on f2. What do you think? The one to win after this (29...Nxf2) is... A)... Black B)... White C)... neither side (equality) The solution is here, but first ponder over it with a larger version of the diagram.

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On a knife's edge ...

... was this game from the current Polish championship where White had just played his knight to f3, heading for e5 but allowing its colleague to strike on f2. What do you think? The one to win after this (29...Nxf2) is...

A)... Black
B)... White
C)... neither side (equality)

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