• 2 years ago · Quote · #1

Hello Adriandmen and BiggDoggProblem, I have a brand new puzzle. Made it just 3 hours after my 50th puzzle has been solved. I want you to please check this with your engine. Thanks a lot.

White mates in 2

• 2 years ago · Quote · #2

Meanwhile, anyone can try to solve this very easy puzzle. Goodluck!

• 2 years ago · Quote · #3

Solution to puzzle:

Try: 1.Qd1? Bf4!!

Answer: 1.Rb1! (Threat Rb5#) 1... Nb4 2.Qd4#  --  1...N8e7 2.Bf6#

Easy puzzle Asorski. But I think you are really tired now, right?

• 2 years ago · Quote · #4

Solution to puzzle:

Try: 1.Qd1? Bf4!!

Answer: 1.Rb1! (Threat Rb5#) 1... Nb4 2.Qd4#  --  1...N8e7 2.Bf6#

Easy puzzle Asorski. But I think you are really tired now, right?

No no no, I edited the puzzle. Please give it another try.

• 2 years ago · Quote · #5

Solution to puzzle:

Try: 1.Rh1?? f2!!

This puzzle is a lot more harder Asorski .

• 2 years ago · Quote · #6

Nc8 protecting the d pawn and then Qe3#?

• 2 years ago · Quote · #7

Rd1 is solution. Nc8 is mate in three. good one!

• 2 years ago · Quote · #8

Solution to puzzle:

Try: 1.Rh1?? f2!!

This puzzle is a lot more harder Asorski .

I said please check this with an engine. Don't post the solution. Anyway congratulations to your engine. he he. You like this one than the other? You said this is harder than the first.

Next time I will post another problem and after checking it with the engine, just confirm it has only one solution.

• 2 years ago · Quote · #9
nate23 wrote:

Rd1 is solution. Nc8 is mate in three. good one!

Nate23, thanks for solving. 1. Rd1 is indeed mate in 2.

• 2 years ago · Quote · #10
Asorski wrote:

Solution to puzzle:

Try: 1.Rh1?? f2!!

This puzzle is a lot more harder Asorski .

I said please check this with an engine. Don't post the solution. Anyway congratulations to your engine. he he. You like this one than the other? You said this is harder than the first.

Next time I will post another problem and after checking it with the engine, just confirm it has only one solution.

Yes, but just like the first puzzle, if I only said there was only one solution, you would think about 1.Rd1 while the key is 1.Rb1 which wasn't the composers idea, right. But I'll remember for the next time .

Great puzzle by the way!!

• 2 years ago · Quote · #11

Ok. Thanks, but I notice on the first puzzle that after 1. Rd1 exd1 2. Qxh2+ Kd5!! So I have to defend the d5-square to make the Rd1-key work!

• 2 years ago · Quote · #12
Asorski wrote:

Ok. Thanks, but I notice on the first puzzle that after 1. Rd1 exd1 2. Qxh2+ Kd5!! So I have to defend the d5-square to make the Rd1-key work!

Confirmed - sound.

• 2 years ago · Quote · #13
BigDoggProblem wrote:
Asorski wrote:

Ok. Thanks, but I notice on the first puzzle that after 1. Rd1 exd1 2. Qxh2+ Kd5!! So I have to defend the d5-square to make the Rd1-key work!