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4/30/2012 - Mate in 2

  • #61

    Simple.

  • #62

    easy peasy lemon squeezy

  • #63
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  • #64

    Completed without error.  :-)

  • #65

    2 Qf3+  Ke6 then ??

  • #66

    Hard!

  • #67

    Prativa's puzzle contains several errors.  The big one that I see is that after 2.Qf3, black plays Be4 which leads to Qxf3#.  The other big one is that white plays Qh5+ which allows Bf5.  White's best move is to return the Queen to f3 but instead plays 4.c4+, which allows black to play Ke6 or Kc6 which gets the black king out of any mating threats in the foreseeable future.  I would say that Prativa's puzzle is a study of errors.

  • #68

    Easy but cool

  • #69

    very easy

  • #70

    Hi!Cool Pies'n'GuysSmile In Blue Skies!Laughing Nice, but Very Easy.Cry Today Must Be MondayEmbarassed

  • #71

    ok

  • #72

    Lol about the problem

  • #73

    I expected harder.  Fun anyway. :)

  • #74

    easy

  • #75
    dimitros wrote:

    It's not accurate,it's not forced.If after c4,black plays Kd4 there are several options ahead.

    If Kd4 the Qe3#.  Still mate in 2.

  • #76

    Nice and easy.

  • #77

    Sunday-ish

  • #78

    Simple.

  • #79

    its more calculative than Sunday one!

  • #80

    I suppose it is alright as a puzzle.  Not too challenging but we need those easy fun puzzles every now and then.  As long as it is not that easy every day. 

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