4/23/2013 - Round About Way to Win

  • #181

    easy

  • #182

    got got...

  • #183
    pcfilho wrote:

    Judit Polgár announces MATE IN 4! Can you solve it?

    http://jornalheiros.blogspot.com/2013/04/xadrez-mate-em-4-judit-polgar.html

      

    I am seeing a mate in 3 -

    1.Rf8+    Bxf8
    2.d6+     Be6
    3.Bxe6#

    What am I missing?

    EDIT:
    Oh, Now I see:
    2. ...    Qd5
    3. Bxd5+    THEN
    3. ...    Be6
    4. Bxe6#

  • #184

    More straight forward than the title implies.

  • #185

    not bad

  • #186

    Loved the puzzle posted by 14 hours ago · in comment · #112  by  sriramu123

    Under-promotion to a sacrificial piece to avoid stalemate and enable checkmate!!!

  • #187

    The pawn can't capture the rook because it is pinned by the bishop

  • #188

    Orange_Mouse posts 2 ridiculous "solutions" to two "puzzles" in  comment #138.  Why?

    The first "puzzle" should be a mate in 1 by black, and black makes the wrong move.

    The second is a game opening by the two worst players I can imagine.

  • #189

    Don't you people get bored by always commenting 'too easy' and 'first page'? Every single puzzle they put, there is innevitably someone who wants to show just how unchallenged by the puzzle they are. Yeah, yeah, we know you're smart and an exceptionally awesome chess player, kudos to you, now talk more chess and less how dumb the others (apparently people who choose the puzzles) are.

  • #190

    This was an extremely brain-building puzzle.

  • #191
    taylorgang73 wrote:

    I think there is an alternate solution in which 2.Rxg6+ followed by Qh6 is mate however black recaptures.

    If 2. Rxg6+ then 2...Kxg6 3. Qh6+ Kf5.

  • #192

    Cool

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