11/17/2011 - The Ultimate Breakthrough

  • #21
    puzzlescot wrote:

    How to solve a daily puzzle:

    1) sacrifice your Queen

    2) look for easy mate.


    You are right about sacing Q to solve daily puzzle,as was the case again today,Incredibill taught me that about puzzle,and it ussually works about 99% of time,but today I didn't take the sac the Q route,did not think it was necasary today,I know in real game I do not think i would sac Q,there were other lines to follow to mate,so I tried other line I thought had mate possibillities without sacing Q,but I was wrong,so I plan on sacing Q again when in doubt,good advice for everyone on sacing Q,most people who do puzzle know that,but thank's for your advice

  • #22

    Not too shabby

  • #23

    simple... 

  • #24

    easy

  • #25

    Easy, looked like one of the old ones posted recently.

  • #26

    Ultimate pining!

  • #27

    AWSOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • #28
    Chesoholic wrote:

     

    Nice one!


  • #29

    nice

  • #30
    puzzlescot wrote:

    How to solve a daily puzzle:

    1) sacrifice your Queen

    2) look for easy mate.


    We should all have learned this rule by now.    If it doesn't ALWAYS work, we'll at least be ahead in the percentages.

  • #31

        Ashish Sharma 

  • #32

    Very easy

  • #33
    Ashishrajknp wrote:

     

     

        Ashish Sharma 


    That's another good way of mating. Awesome dude!!!

  • #34

    seconed page

  • #35
    Ashishrajknp wrote:

     

     

        Ashish Sharma 


    Nice without the Q sac,which most people would not do in real game,unless like today Q sac was a sure mate,good job

  • #36

    why doesnt the king take the rook?makes no sense whatsoever

  • #37

    nice. i like the idea of showing a new approach to an old puzzle. it was cool seeing yesterday's puzzle, but with a new combination of moves to reach the desired result.

    still sacrificing the queen though. lol.

  • #38

    If Black responds to Rxg7 by playing Kxg7, then the queen mates on f6 next move.

  • #39
    prescherdinho wrote:

    nice. i like the idea of showing a new approach to an old puzzle. it was cool seeing yesterday's puzzle, but with a new combination of moves to reach the desired result.

    still sacrificing the queen though. lol.


    It's not the same as yesterday's puzzle.  The white pawn is on a different square (yesterday it was on g6, today it's on g5).

    BTW, I found another mate in 3 from today's puzzle position

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  • #40

    yo! FIRST AGAIN !!! B-)

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