Winning the queen ...

3/4/2011 – ... with 31.Rb3-a3 was White's lethal threat in this game from the last Bundesliga weekend. How would you assess the position following the counter 30...Nf4 with the double threat 31...Ne2+ and 31...Rxd1+? A) won for White B) won for Black C) balanced The solution is here, but first ponder over it with a larger version of the diagram.

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Winning the queen ...

... with 31.Rb3-a3 was White's lethal threat in this game from the last Bundesliga weekend. How would you assess the position following the counter 30...Nf4 with the double threat 31...Ne2+ and 31...Rxd1+?

A) won for White
B) won for Black
C) balanced

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