10/3/2012 - Mate in 5

  • #81

    easy and nice.

  • #82

    Nice and easy.

  • #83

    Cool

  • #84
    murometzyx wrote:
     

    Here are 2 solutions (4) Mate in 5

    Nice job with alternate's,Thank's,I wish I could create duplicit puzzle and different move pattern's.I believe you hit checker board to start,but I then choose board out of three choices,the one you can set up and move pieces,as it say's,but that's as far as I get,I'll keep trying,any advice would be helpfull,do you have to use PGN #? I think that's where I'm messing up,anyway good job with your post

  • #85

    easy

  • #86
    GertiX wrote:
     

    Pieces do not move on your puzzle,on my pc!!!

  • #87
    JacekK wrote:
     

    There are many ways to give checkmate black.

    3 ... Kd6 (nstead of 3... Ke6) is mate in 4 moves: 4. Qd5#

  • #88

    Cool :) !

  • #89

    Easy

  • #90

    Straightforward.

  • #91

    Long 1...

  • #92

    better

  • #93

    Very straightforward but a nice demonstration of power and position.

  • #94

    Nice~!

  • #95

    fun

  • #96

    haha , obviously im noob at chess.  cannot solve this

  • #97

    "Wow, HA! That-" I managed to say. Suddenly, a huge wave pulled me underwater. "NOOO!" I yelled as my bathing suit flied across the sky. At this beach, girls roamed the place. I fainted...

    I didn't come to.

  • #98

    too easy

  • #99
    MikeSadiq wrote:

    haha , obviously im noob at chess.  cannot solve this

    "You cannot say you are a noob. Only other people can."

    My friend is rated 1677 CMA and can't solve it.

  • #100

    easy did not have to think

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