Test your IQ(P) III

12/8/2011 – Following 16.Bg5xe7 the second player can try to exchange as many pieces as possible at one go with 16...Nd5xc3, however, doing so she must reckon with a certain white intermediate move. This ultimately leads to what? A) clear disadvantage for Black; B) minimal initiative for White; C) complete equality. ChessBase Magazine, larger diagram and solution.

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Test your IQ(P) III

Following 16.Bg5xe7 the second player can try to exchange as many pieces as possible at one go with 16...Nd5xc3, however, doing so she must reckon with a certain white intermediate move. This ultimately leads to what?

A) clear disadvantage for Black;
B) minimal initiative for White;
C) complete equality.

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