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sindelar01 escribi贸:
ChrisStefan wrote:
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Honor_Leslie schreef:
聽Krystian2604 escribi贸:

why its f3? why not Nf4?

Yeah, that's the questionfor me too 馃槓, @Krystian2604

Because Nf4 allows Bh6... (and next Rg8)

It allows Bh6, but then Knight takes Queen on f5 before Rg3, at the same time attacking Bishop on h6 (because of now exposed but protected Bishop on e3).

yes but white has mate in 2 with Rb2 and Qg7

Moving either rook to b2 is mate in 1 for black (Qg2#)

its not mate if you do Nf4 instead of f3

because knight forks and even if Qg2 knight takes

You're still not thinking about what happens with the rook on d8. If white plays Nf4, then black plays Ba3. If knight takes queen then it's Rg8 check and from here it's mate in 4. Black doesn't even have to take your queen to win.聽

Sindelar - I don't see mate in 4 from here. After this, it will be Kh1.聽 What then?聽 Can you show me the moves to achieve checkmate in 4?

is not that, if you do what you do: put de horse in f4, the black queen go to g2 and is mate

simple like that

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CarlosMc20 wrote:
sindelar01 escribi贸:
ChrisStefan wrote:
sindelar01 wrote:
bruhtoastyy wrote:
sindelar01 wrote:
bruhtoastyy wrote:
ChrisStefan wrote:
richardfrisart wrote:
Honor_Leslie schreef:
聽Krystian2604 escribi贸:

why its f3? why not Nf4?

Yeah, that's the questionfor me too 馃槓, @Krystian2604

Because Nf4 allows Bh6... (and next Rg8)

It allows Bh6, but then Knight takes Queen on f5 before Rg3, at the same time attacking Bishop on h6 (because of now exposed but protected Bishop on e3).

yes but white has mate in 2 with Rb2 and Qg7

Moving either rook to b2 is mate in 1 for black (Qg2#)

its not mate if you do Nf4 instead of f3

because knight forks and even if Qg2 knight takes

You're still not thinking about what happens with the rook on d8. If white plays Nf4, then black plays Ba3. If knight takes queen then it's Rg8 check and from here it's mate in 4. Black doesn't even have to take your queen to win.聽

Sindelar - I don't see mate in 4 from here. After this, it will be Kh1.聽 What then?聽 Can you show me the moves to achieve checkmate in 4?

is not that, if you do what you do: put de horse in f4, the black queen go to g2 and is mate

simple like that

4...Rg8+ 5. Kh1, Bg2+ 6. Kg1, Be4+7. Bg5, Rxg5#.

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sindelar01
CarlosMc20 wrote:
sindelar01 escribi贸:
ChrisStefan wrote:
sindelar01 wrote:
bruhtoastyy wrote:
sindelar01 wrote:
bruhtoastyy wrote:
ChrisStefan wrote:
richardfrisart wrote:
Honor_Leslie schreef:
聽Krystian2604 escribi贸:

why its f3? why not Nf4?

Yeah, that's the questionfor me too 馃槓, @Krystian2604

Because Nf4 allows Bh6... (and next Rg8)

It allows Bh6, but then Knight takes Queen on f5 before Rg3, at the same time attacking Bishop on h6 (because of now exposed but protected Bishop on e3).

yes but white has mate in 2 with Rb2 and Qg7

Moving either rook to b2 is mate in 1 for black (Qg2#)

its not mate if you do Nf4 instead of f3

because knight forks and even if Qg2 knight takes

You're still not thinking about what happens with the rook on d8. If white plays Nf4, then black plays Ba3. If knight takes queen then it's Rg8 check and from here it's mate in 4. Black doesn't even have to take your queen to win.聽

Sindelar - I don't see mate in 4 from here. After this, it will be Kh1.聽 What then?聽 Can you show me the moves to achieve checkmate in 4?

is not that, if you do what you do: put de horse in f4, the black queen go to g2 and is mate

simple like that

The knight on f4 protects against mate on g2, if you do what you're suggesting and put the queen on g2 it will just be taken by the knight.

FurnanceDwen64
sindelar01 wrote:
CarlosMc20 wrote:
sindelar01 escribi贸:
ChrisStefan wrote:
sindelar01 wrote:
bruhtoastyy wrote:
sindelar01 wrote:
bruhtoastyy wrote:
ChrisStefan wrote:
richardfrisart wrote:
Honor_Leslie schreef:
聽Krystian2604 escribi贸:

why its f3? why not Nf4?

Yeah, that's the questionfor me too 馃槓, @Krystian2604

Because Nf4 allows Bh6... (and next Rg8)

It allows Bh6, but then Knight takes Queen on f5 before Rg3, at the same time attacking Bishop on h6 (because of now exposed but protected Bishop on e3).

yes but white has mate in 2 with Rb2 and Qg7

Moving either rook to b2 is mate in 1 for black (Qg2#)

its not mate if you do Nf4 instead of f3

because knight forks and even if Qg2 knight takes

You're still not thinking about what happens with the rook on d8. If white plays Nf4, then black plays Ba3. If knight takes queen then it's Rg8 check and from here it's mate in 4. Black doesn't even have to take your queen to win.聽

Sindelar - I don't see mate in 4 from here. After this, it will be Kh1.聽 What then?聽 Can you show me the moves to achieve checkmate in 4?

is not that, if you do what you do: put de horse in f4, the black queen go to g2 and is mate

simple like that

The knight on f4 protects against mate on g2, if you do what you're suggesting and put the queen on g2 it will just be taken by the knight.

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