5/16/2013 - Mate in 5

Assessor

First move is always the hardest after that it's simples.

CMmanas

yesss solved it

daigins

What about second move Qb7?

Rameish
You have solved this problem!
5. b3#

Straightforward.

Blastoise253

queen b7 second move

briansladovich
daigins wrote:

What about second move Qb7?

Cool Kxd6

MDCCP

Cool :) !

JCE77

nice

ARger04

Why doesn't black take the knight on first move with the bishop?

eddysallin

#1.kc7,rb8, #2.nb5++,kb6,#3.bc7+,ka6,#4.Qxbp+,RXq#5. bxR mate

ARger04

nvm, saw it :D

Mercedeshyunjeong

Why doesn't the black bishop on E7 attack the white knight on D6 after first movement?

Xilmi
briansladovich wrote:
DaPi2011 wrote:

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

  Can be blocked with Qa6.

In a real game I would always prefer to play one more move but kill more stuff at the same time! ^^

Xilmi
Mercedeshyunjeong wrote:

Why doesn't the black bishop on E7 attack the white knight on D6 after first movement?

Because Qxb7#

eddysallin
Rameish
pcfilho wrote:

A trap by a lovely girl: Kiera Kennedy announces MATE IN 2! Can you find it?  

http://jornalheiros.blogspot.com/2013/05/xadrez-mate-em-2-kiera-kennedy.html

 

  PS: for those curious about yesterday's mate-in-10 problem, I posted the solution here:

http://jornalheiros.blogspot.com/2013/05/xadrez-mate-em-10-magnus-carlsen.html

1. Qh5+; Rg6 (forced); 2. Qxg5#

briansladovich
Xilmi wrote:
briansladovich wrote:
DaPi2011 wrote:

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

  Can be blocked with Qa6.

In a real game I would always prefer to play one more move but kill more stuff at the same time! ^^

Cool   Ha ha !  A man with ambitions. And why not !

Johnsw1258

Actually did with no error must be easy one. Tks.

Mercedeshyunjeong
Xilmi wrote:
Mercedeshyunjeong wrote:

Why doesn't the black bishop on E7 attack the white knight on D6 after first movement?

Because Qxb7#

Then what about the black queen that can attack the white queen?

EkeA

Cool