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5/10/2012 - Mate in 4

  • #121

    very easy

  • #122

    Good practice, I enjoyed it, thanx for sharing...

  • #123

    Good one. Just as I like it .

  • #124

    niceWink

  • #125

    Good puzzle.

  • #126

    Winkeasyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

  • #127

    Hard to believe that Black hasn't developed his Bishop/Queen this far into the game.

  • #128

    it was nice!Tongue out

  • #129

    easy

  • #130
    Deltaquad wrote:

    Mate in two  (1. Nc3  Nxg1?, 2. Nd3#)

     

    White will win, but mate in two is foiled by 1. ... dxc3.
    I don't see any way for white to checkmate on the next move.
    I see 1. Nc3  dxc3, 2. Rc5+  Rxc5,  3. Qxc5#

    EDIT:  In fact, Jakester's alternate solution  (1.Nc5) DOES seem to force a mate in 2. 

    1. ... Nxg1, 2. Ncd3#
    1. ... Rxc5. 2. Rxc5#
    1. ... Bf5,   2. Qg7#
    1. ... f3,     2. Ncd3%

  • #131

    i did it in 4 moves easy

  • #132

    No mistakes from me.Please be relevant, helpful & nice!

  • #133

    nice!

  • #134

    nice

  • #135

    easy, common concept.

  • #136

    quite easy but goodCool

  • #137

    To easy!

  • #138

    This is not a puzzle. All the first moves are forced to keep the king in check!

  • #139
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  • #140

    easy as pi

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