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First you should check the position before you upload it here. It was game Reshevsky - Ivanovic where black won and mate white like this.
1. Qh7 Check
Chess.com, you made the puzzle backwards. Black (Ivanovic) won this game. 27...Qxh2! was his sacrifice.See: http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1440942Note that he could have played the sacrifice a move earlier.
Why the hell would black do 3...Be6?
because it threatens to stop the checkmate with 4...fxg6
easy too easy easiest puzzle
great puzzle. one of the best that I've seen.
Perty dern gud.
This is already solved.
What else would black do?
the person who said easy must be a retard
brilliant mating pattern!!
Why does not pawn take knight,instead of moving bishop?
If the pawn moves the bishop is there to take the king, so black is forced to move a different piece
by drybasin 4 minutes ago
Please advise me on this!
by DavidMertz1 12 minutes ago
12/24/2014 - Let's Do It Again, Mate in 3
by LaskerFan 13 minutes ago
What would you do if you were the e-pawn?
by LouisCreed 14 minutes ago
Try my Knight Puzzle
by BigDoggProblem 15 minutes ago
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by ConnorMacleod_151 15 minutes ago
Is my opening good?
by kleelof 15 minutes ago
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by ConnorMacleod_151 19 minutes ago
A close game, help a newbie analyze this
by Bunjee 23 minutes ago
analysis please :)
by prashanth222000 28 minutes ago
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