No chess cannot be solved,theres no forced win here
Looking at the front page, i think the answer is:
1. Be4, Be8; 2. Qe7, Kg8; 3. Qg7#
how do you move Be4,without moving pawn first?
The puzzle shows up in the front page of chess.com.
1)be4 2)qe7 3)qg7#
No, because 1)be4, pg8->Queen kills that thread... still trying to figure it out
Saturday, what's up?
correct me if i am wrong,but does not the classic fools mate take at least four moves,using Q and B to mate oponant?
noo fools mate is 3 step checkmate 2 steps for whit to get checkmated!!
1.f4 e5 2.g4 qh4++
This a mastace blank puzzle
That solution doesn't if the king moves: 1) B4, KG6 ???
Again, for those joining in, the puzzle shows up in the front page of chess.com under "Daily Puzzle", but not when you click in.
How about: 1)Bh5, Ke6; 2) Bg6, ...; 3) Qe7# or 3) Qd5# Anyone see a problem with that?
True, but promoting a pawn makes some sort of sense. Why did black do BE8 in your solution?
http://www.chess.com/forum/view/daily-puzzles/10222011---mate-in-3 is having error
Got it!!! Checkmate in 3: 1.pe4, pf6; 2.pd4, pg5; 3. Qh5 CHECKMATE!
pawn g6,puts end to that idea
pawn is already on g5 .. XD
It's white to move.
ranrod: If white does Be4, why doesn't black promote the g-pawn to a queen?
Puzzle: White begins and wins!!!
I was wrong about that. My new theory is:
1)Bh5, Ke6; 2) Bg6, ...; 3) Qe7# or 3) Qd5# (depending on black's responce)
Exactly... I was wrong. My new theory is also wrong (1)Bh5, Ke6; 2) Bg6, ...; 3) Qe7# or 3) Qd5#).
Anyone has the answer? It's kind'a driving me crazy.
my shortest game I ever played with black: