Easy Tsumeshogi Problem for Beginners - #088

Easy Tsumeshogi Problem for Beginners - #088

Nov 16, 2008, 4:23 PM |

The diagram shows a three-move tsume(checkmate) problem. It's your turn. You have a Silver in hand.  Which will be better, move one of your pieces on the board or drop the Silver in hand as the first move? Please assume the Kingside has the rest of pieces except a King in hand. The answer will be found in the comment.

For those who would like to solve the problems in the past, I'm placing the links to my bookmarks to them below;

  1. #1-10
  2. #11-20
  3. #21-30
  4. #31-40
  5. #41-50
  6. #51-60
  7. #61-70
  8. #71-80
  9. #81-87

Furthermore, if you would like to solve more tsume practices, the following links will be helpful.

  1. T&D tsume practice
  2. Atamakin

It's recommendable to replay the answer line using your own shogi board and pieces. If you do not have them, the following pages might be of help;

Please refer to the article about the shogi notation in Wikipedia linked below, if necessary