Откроет ли Ворона рот от удивления?
Amusing and amazingly long.
Why do not you take a white key like 1.Qd2-c3+?
It’s a study by Jeremy Morse from England. Composed long before the rule of “dead position” was adopted by FIDE.
The Fox and the Crow is one of Aesop’s fables. I liked the new interpretation where the Fox tries to steal the Crow’s cheese. But the Crow doesn’t believe him because it’s the 1st of April. So, here’s a chess version – the Fox tells it’s a check and mate but the Crow knows it’s a lie.
Will the Crow open his mouth in disbelief? It must be quite a shock for Black that it’s a draw.