1/18/2013 - Mate in 5

HeilKing
lSarxl wrote:

why not 2 Nf6?

2.Nf6 blocks white's open f file and since it isn't a checkmate, it allows black to launch his attack by:

2. ...Bf4+

3.g3 Bxg3+

4.Kg2 Qf2+

5.Kh3 Qh2#

Welcome to reply for any faster mates regarding this :)

Ashu382

nice

dufferps

Black had  some alternatives, but no "better" moves.

mvallejo70

Easy one.

kyleevon

trapped like a rat

vanhafford

Thanks for the lesson.

eddysallin

Hmmmmmm......

flukey123

is Qd8+  Rg8, Nf6  Rxd8, Rh8# ??? Or have I missed something?

gerfinn

For me, the fourth move was the most difficult to see.  Managed to solve it, but time was really bad.  

robertkeitz111

cool!

stephen_33

Pretty straightforward but nice puzzle anyway.

Tiagonr

Why not in 3 moves?

1. Qd8+  Rg8

2. Nf6   Rxd8

3. Rh7#

Queen_Maria_Rules

easy

Logical_Chess

Nice!!

paulified22
PIRATCH wrote:

You have to find a way to checkmate with check every move. If not Black has either ...Qf4+ or ...Bf4+ (and maybe even mate or perpetual check)!

Your right,but I do not see any perpetual check,depend's what white move's on move 1,Qd8+ never give's black a chance to get out of mate,nice job!!!

Ocky

Could not find easily the second move...

nvcvh6

Good puzzle.

shahronakm

Good one.

_staph_

nice one Smile

MordoBrazil

2. Nf6