Counter Gambit

• Sacrifice to Win #8

This is the last "Sacrifice" puzzle. I hope you've enjoyed them as much as I have. White wins in two moves. The first is a sacrifice. | Read More

• Jabbok
• | Aug 24, 2010
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• Sacrifice to Win #7

This example is called a "Smothered Mate". White sacrifices and mates in two. | Read More

• Jabbok
• | Aug 23, 2010
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• White Mates in One Move

I love this puzzle. It's so obvious but it took me a while to figure it out. White mates in one move. | Read More

• Jabbok
• | Aug 22, 2010
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• Sacrifice to Win #6

Here is a pretty easy one. White sacrifices to mate in two. | Read More

• Jabbok
• | Aug 22, 2010
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• Sacrifice to Win #5

There is only one way for black to mate in two and it involves a sacrifice. Black to move. | Read More

• Jabbok
• | Aug 22, 2010
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• Sacrifice to Win #4

White is three pawns down but wins after a sacrifice. Can you spot it? | Read More

• Jabbok
• | Aug 22, 2010
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• Bill Clinton

President Bill Clinton is my cousin. Here is a picture of my mother and my grandfather standing with Bill. Bill's mother and my mother were first cousins. That means that Bill is my mother's second cousin and my third cousin. Do you count cousins ... | Read More

• Jabbok
• | Aug 21, 2010
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• Sacrifice to Win #3

White makes a sacrifice to deal the final blow. Can you see how? | Read More

• Jabbok
• | Aug 21, 2010
• | 385 views
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• Sacrifice to Win #2

Black makes a sacrifice to mate in two moves. Can you spot the sacrifice? | Read More

• Jabbok
• | Aug 21, 2010
• | 469 views
• | 3 comments
• Sacrifice to Win

White is two pieces down (both Bishops). How can White sacrifice a piece to gain mate on the second move? | Read More

• Jabbok
• | Aug 20, 2010
• | 516 views
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