x
Chess - Play & Learn

Chess.com

FREE - In Google Play

FREE - in Win Phone Store

VIEW

11/26/2012 - Mate in 2

  • #81
    [COMMENT DELETED]
  • #82

    Both cute and silly.

  • #83

    This is too easy. It's not Sunday.

  • #84
    CLIMBINGBIRD wrote:
    RobHalford wrote:
    Ronalstroy wrote:

    Qb5 and then move the pawn one up and take a Queen or a rook is mate in two as well

    Not at all. The king will just move back to where he came from. Ka7.

    this is all true, but Robhalford is a good name for a Heavy Metal Chess-Player! :-)


    Hahaha :)

  • #85

    Mate in 2-Made it easy to solve this one quickly-Not wanting to give Black the Draw with a Queen or Rook Promotion-The Knight was the obvious candidate for the win

  • #86

    sweet

  • #87
    [COMMENT DELETED]
  • #88
    [COMMENT DELETED]
  • #89

    Whatever.

    SZ.

  • #90

    Cool

  • #91

    Easy

  • #92
    [COMMENT DELETED]
  • #93

    "I see!!!", said the blind man....

  • #94

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

    Please be relevant, helpful & nice!

  • #95
    [COMMENT DELETED]
  • #96

    This wasn't exciting, at all.

  • #97

    Interesting underpromotion!

  • #98

    If the puzzle is about mate in 2 without any qualifications (which is the case in point, unless I am missing something), it should allow other ways of checkmating in 2.

  • #99

    Crap !!

  • #100

    Nice puzzle, I stared at my Pawn, then my Queen, then my King, then the two pawns in front of the King. I wondered whether I could get stalemated. Then I looked at the Queening square and thought rook? still stalemate .. bishop? .. no checkmate .. Knight! .. now since you know my fascinating thought process, you can publish it and become a Cognitive Psychologist.

Top

Online Now