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2/27/2013 - Mate in 2

  • #161

    Discovered Attack!

  • #162
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  • #163
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  • #164

    Good.

  • #165

    mno dobre v 2 xoda

  • #166

    Good.

  • #167

    good one,

  • #168

    Sweeet

  • #169

    why doesnt black retake with his knight?

  • #170

    Good one

  • #171
    LiquidOxygen wrote:

    why doesnt black retake with his knight?

    It doesn't matter! The outcome is the same 2 Bxc7#! Wink

  • #172

    Awesome!!

  • #173

    Pretty one!

  • #174

    i liked this one, nice easy one to solve while under the influence

  • #175

    This one was pretty easy, but do the job

  • #176

    Nice!

  • #177

    Nice

  • #178
    PIRATCH wrote:
    LiquidOxygen wrote:

    why doesnt black retake with his knight?

    It doesn't matter! The outcome is the same 2 Bxc7#!

    Whats funny is after the black queen recaptures the knight, even if the white queen were to capture the rook giving the king check after and then black blocks with either the queen or with the bishop, white still gets checkmate on the following move as well with Bxc7.

  • #179
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  • #180
    erikzambrano wrote:
    PIRATCH wrote:
    LiquidOxygen wrote:

    why doesnt black retake with his knight?

    It doesn't matter! The outcome is the same 2 Bxc7#!

    Whats funny is after the black queen recaptures the knight, even if the white queen were to capture the rook giving the king check after and then black blocks with either the queen or with the bishop, white still gets checkmate on the following move as well with Bxc7.

    Not quite.  If black blocks queen takes rook check on e7 with the queen or bishop, then black can play Ke8 on Bxc7+.

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