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3/8/2013 - Mate in 5

  • #121

    Why does black move a bishop after white moves the rook?

  • #122

    Yeah, I still don't know why the bishop moved there...

  • #123
    therealbuzz wrote:

    why black sacrifice in g4 at second make no sence???????????

    If the title had been "Mate in 4" the same people who wrote "1...Bg4 makes no sence" would have pointed out that this "senceless move" delays the mate by one move! Laughing

    The title of the puzzle is correct wether you like 1...Bg4 or not!

  • #124

    good one indeed.

  • #125

    ...easy

  • #126

    nice

  • #127

    one

  • #128

    nice

  • #129

    Not so easy

  • #130

    Good one.

  • #131

    watching that bishop is the key

  • #132
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  • #133

    I was stymied by the first move. Thanks for a very good puzzle.

  • #134

    I do not see the end in five! Moving the bishop is useless! Move the queen to F8 force an exchange! So there will not be end....yet!

  • #135

    Ok

  • #136

    Brining the bishop to a suicidal Bg4 makes zero sense on Black's behalf.

  • #137

    I was determined to get it right first time today, because for quite a lot of days I have been playing a few different moves, in the sure knowledge that if it was the wrong move then I would have another chance.  And obviously you do not have this in a real game!  A good puzzle, where black began with all of his pieces on the wrong side of the board.

  • #138

    Rf4!! Treating Queen Sucrifice and checkmate. Nice! thanks

  • #139

    An easy five mover mate but instructive mate and beautiful.

  • #140

    nice one

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