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Well then, how about it?
I just finished this one recently, Black can win a queen, or mate in 4+ moves depending on how unsportsmanlike White is :P
Also, check the move list after you solve it.
a game i played a few days ago...got a nice puzzle out of it. :)
Haha, how did you even get to that position? :P
If after Nd4+, Ka3, then Nb5+ fork for the Queen without material loss. So the best move for white is to take the knight on d4 since the Queen will be lost on the next move no matter what white decides to play.
"message user DailyPuzzle with the puzzle position in FEN format along with the solution and the level of difficulty (easy, medium, hard).
I don't think we're supposed to be posting them here :P
A nice king-in-the-corner queenless mate in 3 from one of my own games (I was playing black) difficulty: easy/medium
Hey inexperienced expert, doesn't 1...Rxa5! refute Black's mating net?
can u please tell the solution...casue it looks impossible to mate in 2
Why do I get a blank image when I'm having pressed the "insert position or game" then selected Puzzle .... and "continue"
very nice puzzle
This is a great Monday puzzle. Mate in 290!
Easy mate in 4.
@papapizza how does white draw after Rc7 b6 Rxc6 b7
Are there any specific legal observations that need be taken into concideration? For instance, are you allowed to copy and publish a puzzle from a copyrighted book?
This question has probably been answered before, but I can't be asked to go through this whole thread in order to find out, sorry. :)
How do you post chess boards! 👿
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