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Duchamp's Riddle

  • Twobit
  • | 2010.09.04. at 13:48
  • | Kőzzétéve: Twobit's Blog
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I was reading an article about Duchamp and he left this position behind (supposedly unsolvable or, a draw at most), also listed in the book of Beliavsky and Mikhalchishin "Winning Endgame Technique" 1995, Batsford. Is it really draw? What do you think?

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  • 4 év ezelőtt

    knightmusicuk

    It looks like a draw but I have seen it suggested that Duchamp - as a nuance in his artwork - was thinking of the position as upside down, with the black pawns being on c3 and a4 . . .

     

    If this were so, would the result be obvious?

  • 4 év ezelőtt

    MBClevenger

    If it were against me it wouldn't be a draw! I'd get beat. LOL

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