11/20/2013 - Move By Move Threats

fixxer2012

I agree mate in 3

rsarkar

o.k boss

apostolis1

Nice one, but quite easy !

KoenSchaakmans
E-Kuko schreef:

White to play and win:

 

cool puzzle. I had to look up the solution.

damongross

Nice puzzle for picking exactly the right threats that lead to certain mate.

deepak21071974

hmm :)

kipzulita

wouldn't Qh7 be a faster mate than Qg6?

dufferps

In comment #39 yoyohoneysingh123 has given anand a win by
1. Nf6+
Kf82. Nxe8Nxe83. Qh8#

However, Carlson could have played 2. ... Qxe8 and prevented that immediate checkmate.  Even so, Carlson would eventually lose on the trade of his rook for white's knight.

Not sure just how this comes from an actual game.

baezacl

nice one

BrickTheTrowel

I'm so bad at chess!Yell

SoulReaper11122

very easy

Izzy_too_Fly

Bishop to D4.

Gil-Gandel
E-Kuko wrote:

White to play and win:

 

Very good indeed! Black can't save himself from a single pawn even though he has a bishop and three pawns, one of which is about to queen!

xray

meow.....Yes and tnx to E-Kudo also

pranavkulkarni18

wwwwoooooooooowwww !!!!!!!!         

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Casanton

nice puzzle:)

szammie

Nice!

SZ.

pbazan

Nice!

ssthefuturegm

Tongue Outeasy

veni-vidi-vici3

and if (2Qh7) ? black has to move the bishop (white threats Qh8#) in f6 (if not Qxg7 mates or if Kf6, Qh8, Kg8, Qxg8#), but then 3Qg8+ Ke7, 4Qe6+ Kf8, Qf7#