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11/15/2013 - Mate in 4

  • #141
  • #142

    14 Hours  : Alice I am going to send you to the moon.

  • #143
    ilikethisusername wrote:

    could you also bring the rook to a4 and once he kills it bring the other one to b4?

    If you're suggesting white sacrifice a rook in order to use the other one to help with checkmate, I'm quite sure it doesn't work.

  • #144
    Pavle7 wrote:

    is rc5+ working as well? for example: 1.Rc5+ Ka4 2.Ra3+ Kb4 3.Ra5 (threatening R3a4 mate) Kc4 4.Kc2 (R3a4# again is the threat, and if now 4...Rb8, then 5.R3a4 Rb4 6.b3#) d3+ 5.Kd2, and i can't see a move for black. 5...Rb8 6.Ra4+ Rb4 7.b3+ Kd4 8.Rxb4#. Or, am i missing something so obvious, i'm going to be embereced.

    At quick glance, it appears you are indeed correct, but of course a mate in eight is too many moves to be the solution to this problem.

  • #145

    good puzzle for a biggner

  • #146

    (;

  • #147
    TrollingMateRoost ha scritto:

    On a more personal note, it's my birthday!

    Happy birthday!

  • #148

    Cool

  • #149

    i hv a doubt , why wud the black rook move in front of the white as in the next move the white will kill it and there is no piece to protect the black rook

  • #150
  • #151
    annedsouza wrote:

    i hv a doubt , why wud the black rook move in front of the white as in the next move the white will kill it and there is no piece to protect the black rook

    The only reason is to delay checkmate by one move.

  • #152

    thnx bryan

  • #153

    Nice...

  • #154

    there are 2-3 solutions to this

  • #155
    Iyer_p wrote:
    apoorv98 wrote:

    there are 2-3 solutions to this

    how ???

    What about 1. Rc5+, Ka4 2. Rb7 and nothing can stop b3+ followed by Ra5# 

  • #156

    I want to make my own puzzle! Does anyone know how?

  • #157

    1 a3 

  • #158

    Done

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