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1/14/2012 - Mate in 7

  • #101


  • #102
    neri_luiz wrote:

    Wouldn't it be more easy if we do this?


    lol yes

  • #103

    7. Bb5#

  • #104

    To easy for me.

  • #105

    good one

  • #106

    It doesn't make sense, why didn't the king just take the rook in the first place?

  • #107

    This would take a lot of analysis to show that there isn't a faster way.

  • #108


  • #109
    bartolomio wrote:

    i don't understand!

    why not Ae6+ ?

    help me, it's a mate in 2 for me


    the bishop on h3 can capture.

  • #110

    After a quick visual calculation and I haven't read all the posts yet, I think quick mating combinational because White's knight is covering c7-square is with 1.Qxd8 Kxd8 2.Rd1+ and now one variation would be...Bd6 (better is...Bd7 variations but White still has good chances) 3.Rxd6+ Kc8 4.Re8#

  • #111

    what's wrong with:

    1. Be6+ Qd7 (forced)

    2. Qxd7# 


  • #112


  • #113

    @bartolomio mind the bisshop on h3

  • #114

    Waiting for Sunday.

  • #115
  • #116

    interesting,took a blunder to make it work

  • #117

    bartimolo, its not mate because there is a bishop on h3 that captures your white bishop

  • #118


  • #119

    This is certainly a neat puzzle.  I enjoyed it. It did take several tries for me,and at least for me, was not obvious.  Although if I was playing  black on move 5 I would have captured the Rook on d7 instead of moving to c8, which the King did eventually.  Unless I missed or overlooked something, I think he could have done so.  That threw me off.  I am sure there is a reason the King did not do so on move 5, I just don't see it at this time.  I will have to look again.  Anyone know?

  • #120

    hard, but really nice!


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