5/16/2013 - Mate in 5

  • #161

    too easy...

  • #162

    easy

  • #163

    Cool

  • #164

    I completed the puzzle.Laughing

  • #165

    nice...

  • #166

    the king is going in all directions.

  • #167

    Why didn't 1....Bxd6

  • #168
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  • #169
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  • #170
    DaPi2011 wrote:

    the last move could also be Qa7, or am I missing something?

    Yeah!

  • #171

    nice!

  • #172
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  • #173

    gotta love the pawn checkmates

  • #174

    nice too

  • #175

    easy one

  • #176

    How come the black bishop did not take the knight??

  • #177

    5. Nc3# works too!

  • #178
    A_Rex wrote:

    5. Nc3# works too!

    Not quite.  King can move back to a5 as knight blocks bishop.

  • #179
    dmorrissey23 wrote:

    How come the black bishop did not take the knight??

    1... Bxd6
    2. Qxb7# 

  • #180

    Thanks for the lesson.  Being that Checkmate was administered by a (b2-b3) pawn; the Checkmate pattern would be call the David and Goliath Checkmate.  I thought the Hook mate was somewhat in sight.  Chess.com is always right!!!  Good Night!  Happy Chess Singing!Cool

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