# 4/18/2012 - Mate in 3

• 4 years ago · Quote · #21

nice

• 4 years ago · Quote · #22

nice

• 4 years ago · Quote · #23

Instructive - for a beginner, the pin is difficult to see, if it is not the 1st move

• 4 years ago · Quote · #24

nice one

• 4 years ago · Quote · #25
Gepy wrote:

1. Ng7+ Kh6

2. Nxf5+ Kh5

3. g4++

Check mate is actually # :/

• 4 years ago · Quote · #26

Nice

• 4 years ago · Quote · #27

Nice

• 4 years ago · Quote · #28

How much move plan behind the end !!!!!!!!!!

• 4 years ago · Quote · #29

easy one

• 4 years ago · Quote · #30
baldax wrote:

h6 is the key square in the puzzle (if you see that, than the rest is easy)

Even after the whole sequence,I don't see it that way,.  There are several "keys," but to me the pawns represent the keys: the fact that the g6 pawn is pinned, is very much a "key" and the power of white's g-pawn to check the black king (with h3 pawn protecting) after black's f5 pawn is gone and black has no escape squares is also "key".

• 4 years ago · Quote · #31
Sidd123 wrote: Kg3# you have solved this puzzle

I was lucky to pick the right solution, but there are six moves that will all result in mate in 1.  Just move the king off the main white diagonal.

• 4 years ago · Quote · #32

Easy.

• 4 years ago · Quote · #33

nice

• 4 years ago · Quote · #34

Without Faults :) !!!

• 4 years ago · Quote · #35

easy

• 4 years ago · Quote · #36

interesting combo

• 4 years ago · Quote · #37

checkmate with a pawn is humiliation

• 4 years ago · Quote · #38

Solved at first attempt.

• 4 years ago · Quote · #39

The knight power !

• 4 years ago · Quote · #40

double good knight