Boardwalk Chess Open, October 2011

                                                  Date:  10/23/2011               Game #: 4 
White: Cesar Perez                         Rating: unr 
Black: Me                                  Rating: 1308 

On move 57, White resigns, as the Chessmaster recommends that White moves King to g1 with the following scenario:

Analysis: You move your king to e3. White responds by moving the king to f1. You move your pawn to f2, which advances the passed pawn. White counters by moving the king to g2. You move your pawn to f4, which pushes the passed pawn. White counters by moving the king to f1, which blocks your pawn at f2 and removes the promote threat at f2. You move your pawn to f3, which advances the passed pawn. White counters with pawn to a3. Your pawn captures pawn, bxa3, which creates a passed pawn on a3. White is forced to move pawn to b4, which forks your pawn at a5 and your pawn at c5. You move your pawn to a2, which threatens mate (pawn to a1 with a rook under-promotion) and adds a promote threat at a2. White answers with pawn takes pawn at a5, bxa5, which creates a passed pawn on a5. You move your pawn to a1 with a queen promotion, which checkmates White's king.

You can force checkmate in seven moves.

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