A composition or come from a game ?
if he kills with hourse then what u do :D
1. Ne6+ Nxe6 2. R1xe6fxe6 ( 2... f6 3. Qxf6+Kg8 4. Qg7# ) 3. Qg7#
Well I don't know how to insert the board properly, for this reason I have just posted the solution in case black attacks with knight in e6 in this way. There are couples of available solutions to solve it at all.
>>>> Why cant u move C3 to C5 and then rook from e7 to e8? Or am i missing something?
Because the black king simply moves to g7 & then what?
Ne6+ aternative... This is a much quicker mate (mate in 2) :)
what to do ? After your white move Ne6 then black move Kxe7this problem is not so easy, nice puzzel & good one also
see the #97th post to enlighten up your doubt then.
Better do Qc5 and then Re8
Therefore there is a double check wich result in checkmate.
Whatever black is playing, the double check make it useless.
Nf5 clearance sacrifice! Leading to a checkmate administerd by a Queen support by a Rook on the Magical Seven! Thanks for the lesson.
there's a quicker mate; Knight to e6
tricky. very nice with all the variations that lead to mate.
nice mating pattern....
Took me longer than I thought !
7th page !!!!!!!!!! TAKE THAT NOOBS !
first move was a toughy to see. fun puzzle !
And to think I kept wanting to do something with the rooks.
First move had me baffled.
good one indeed.