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1/2/2012 - Mate in 3

  • #161

    nice

  • #162

    Why is it so easy to sacrifice your queen in a problem, while it's so hard to consider during real play?

  • #163

    For black's #3 move, why doesn't the black pawn (f7) capture the white rook by moving to f6?

  • #164

    nice

  • #165
    Nichowach wrote:

    For black's #3 move, why doesn't the black pawn (f7) capture the white rook by moving to f6?


     Black only got 2 moves, but the pawn is pinned by the white bishop (b3)

  • #166
    Nichowach wrote:

    For black's #3 move, why doesn't the black pawn (f7) capture the white rook by moving to f6?


     Black only got 2 moves, but the pawn is pinned by the white bishop (b3)

     

    Thanks for the response Spiro.  I'll go back and look. 

  • #167

    very easy

  • #168

    easy

  • #169
    Logical_Chess wrote:

    Pretty good


     Uhhh, ..that be me!! ~$^&'///,

  • #170

    Foot in mouthim eating

  • #171

    Black's f pawn is pinned by White's light-squared bishop and cannot take White's rook.

  • #172

    very nice, thx. :)

  • #173

    Easy but nice!

  • #174

    Wow!! nice one....

  • #175

    nice but easy

  • #176

    Just perfect.

  • #177

    1- Qxg6+  hxg6

    2- Rxg6+  Kf8

    3- Rh8#

  • #178

    Poor pinned pawn!

  • #179

    nice

  • #180

    Black's kingside failed.

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