I can't see why black didn't capture the checking night with his bishop.
is not there a double check, b/n ?
the last move could also be Qa7, or am I missing something?
Can be blocked with Qa6.
and then u take qa6 mate in 6
not very easy
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PS: for those curious about yesterday's mate-in-10 problem, I posted the solution here:
1 Qh5+ Rg5 2 Qxg5#
Why didn't the black bishop take the white knight after the first move?
When the black king moved up after the knight's first move, why didn't the queen move into B7?
can anyone tell me why after first move horse to d6 Nd6+ opponent is not caputing the horse by bishop removing the check threat?
good one indeed. but it can be solved in other ways also.
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its mate in 2
I don't get it why not just take the knight with the bishop.
I almost missed it dan did't move the knight first ! nice
more than one way to do mate in five moves (or less). For example the last move can be QxP mate, or Qa6 mate.instead of pushing the pawn. There are other variations beginning with the 3rd move, that transpose the moves shown, with the same result.