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very nice puzzle dude., i didn't solve it,
good one! : )
~Easy, but COOL! ~
why the king didn't move to c7 ?
Very nice indeed!
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I announce MATE IN 2! Can you see it?
I beleive that there is no forced mate in 2 here. After Ne2+ kg2 there is no forced mate as the queen can come to the defense. Also after Queen check King H1 is also no # in next move.Please correct me if I am wrong
N at f4 serves dual purpose, that of preventing the white Q from coming in to defend and that of guarding the g2 square for the black Q to deliver checkmate at the next move after coming into the g column to check the white K at the first move. It's a simple mate in 2.
why black ....Rg7 ?
After 1. Qh7+; Kxh7 2. g8=Q+; Kh6 why not 3. Qg6#?
http://www.chess.com/blog/narek_sargsyan/tactical-trainer try this ones. really cool
thank you for the unusual puzzle, and MEOW to ALL!
when nb7+ kc7 would save black :o
alright, fine puzzle