4/25/2013 - Mate in 4

  • #61

    And if the king moves to g6 instead then the pawn finishes the job..

    3... Kg6 4. f5#

    Not complicated but still a good puzzle   Cool

  • #62

    Nice problem.

  • #63

    this was rather fun

  • #64

    All forced move's,once you saced Rxh6+...Kxh6,now you were able to use your Q to mate, 2.Qg5+...Kh7, 3.Qh4+...Nh5, 4.Qxh5#,the B on e6 made the mate possible,nice puzzle!!!  Going back at move 3,Qh4+ black could have moved to Kg6,but then f6 by white was mate,so it was not all forced move's,but you still got mate in 4.Thank's for whoever spotted that.

  • #65

    I was wondering what happens if 1...gxh6 and then I realized it comes a beautiful queen sacrifice: 2.Qg8+ Nxg8 for a great mate with the two bishops: 3.Bf5#. Two sacrifice variants, excellent problem !!

  • #66

    nice one!

  • #67

    k

  • #68

    h

  • #69

    p

  • #70

    Very good Puzzel!

  • #71
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  • #72
    Be_Patient wrote:

    I was wondering what happens if 1...gxh6 and then I realized it comes a beautiful queen sacrifice: 2.Qg8+ Kxg8 for a great mate with the two bishops: 3.Bf5#. Two sacrifice variants, excellent problem !!

    I think you mean 2...Nxg8 3.Bf5# ?, because 2...Kxg8 would be an illegal move!

  • #73

    ok  check mate .

  • #74

    Who needs the rook, anyway? Sacked again.

  • #75

    Nice but,

    In the black's third move it didnt put the king to g6. He used the knight to cover... Why?

  • #76

    Nice puzzle.

  • #77

    Nice

  • #78

    Good day ; bonne journée.

  • #79

    It's not bad

  • #80

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