4/24/2012 - Mate in 4

  • #141
    prativa_pralh wrote:

    actually move 3 would be Qxg6+, and you can mate with the knight or the queen next move.  The way you have it, the king can take back at f8 leaving you down and dead.

  • #142

    Thanks for the lesson!

  • #143

    page 9!

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  • #146

    wouldn't Qh6, Ng7+, Ne6+  also work.  

  • #147

    y not mate wit tha bishop in 2 moves?Surprised

  • #148
    Q h6+     Ke8
    Kn g7+     Kf8
    Kn e6+  KL e8
    Q f8 Mate 

    this also works, even though the puzzle said it was incorrect
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  • #150
    rbk1 wrote:

    good one!

  • #151

    i think i may be the worst chess player on the planet. Want to improve your rating? come play me! Free Queen Giveaways!

  • #152

    really cant solved it..if Q takes rook king takes Q why take it by knigth of course youll be mate i dont understand this move???

  • #153

    i just give u this im gonna mate u by pawn..if not i lost the game...ha ha ha

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  • #155

    That's the essence of chess playing....mating the opponent successfully!

  • #156

    this is not a good one...move of king  will not not satisfy the checkmate requirement....

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  • #158

    could have taken the queen if instead on move 3 you played Ne6+

  • #159

    Smart knight. 

  • #160
    prativa_pralh wrote:

    nice one but your solution hinges on the NxQ , but the K could take the Q too and in which case the attack falls flat

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