35 ( +1 | -1 ) I really hate to spoil itBut it seems to me black could still have won by going to the first rank with his king. If he can do it in a way that white has to give check on a file rather than on a rank black can interpose his b2 rook. Now trading the rooks lifts the stalemate. Otherwise white cannot give check so the black gets a move to avoid stalemate.
43 ( +1 | -1 ) Very impressiveA beautiful drawing combination based on a stalemated king, if only your opponent had recognized the danger of keeping your king trapped in the corner like that.... the idea behind many combinations, wether mating attacks, or drawing combos, is a king which has no legal move. ALll the defending side has to do is get rid of all other legal moves like you did by sacrificing your rooks, great thinking!!!
17 ( +1 | -1 ) Sorry boys.......1. Ra6+ Kc5 2. Rc6+ Kd5 3. Rc5+ Kd6 4. Rd5+ Ke6 5. Re5+ Kf6 6. Rf5+ Ke7 7. Re5+ Kd7 8. Rd5+ Kc7 9. Rc5+ Kd8 10. Rd5+ Rd7 I'm sure there are more but the theme is the same.....move so you can interpose with a rook.....trading....then push the pawn.....Good game over all though!
13 ( +1 | -1 ) toned dog...your analysis is faulty... black can't win. 10. Rd5+ is a stupid mistake in your analyisis, what about 10.Re8+?, tulkos had a forced draw.