1/25/2012 - Mate in 4

  • #41

    EASY

  • #42

    Nice :)

  • #43

    nice and simple

  • #44

    beauty

  • #45

    Cool qed #

  • #46

    GOOD , But not difficult

  • #47
    nullname wrote:

    {

    main ()

    return 0;

    }


    Fail!

    ( "main()" must appear BEFORE the "{" )

  • #48

    !

  • #49
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  • #50

    good

  • #51

    Nice

  • #52
    First
  • #53

    easy one

  • #54

    As someone said before on the thread: that double check is awesome.

  • #55

    Easy, but fun.

     

    Thanks for posting it.

  • #56

    ok so white and black are equal till now. White's pieces have better positioning and attacking methodically, using long diagonals, towards King's side with 2 bishops, queen and rook.

    What we have here is a multi lesson puzzle. Important thing is, continious check's force King to move to safer squares (not at all) and a minor piece sac revealing a potent checkmate by double crossing black's King.

    nice1

  • #57
  • #58

    Didn't see it to start with!!! - clever

  • #59

    why,d pawn take the knite tho

  • #60

    Done in less than 10 secs ('solved' not proper word). No analysis required whatsoever. Every move was so incredibly obvious. From the queen bishop line-up begging to check the king to the last double check. May as well been a Sunday.

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