5/17/2008 - Strong Execution

chezchamp
this puzzle took a couple tries
hamoude
what happens if black plays QXd4+ after Kh1 black replays Qxf6 avoiding the checkmate
normajeanyates
hamoude wrote: what happens if black plays QXd4+ after Kh1 black replays Qxf6 avoiding the checkmate

 This has already been asked by GustavIV and answered by me - see previous enties --  the question and answer is on the previous page (page 3) of this thread -- the answer maybe useful to some - (white has to continue strong execution!)


GenePhreak
Nice puzzle ...
yoda_smokes
mate can be stopped by blacks queen to d4+ then to f6
Skeptikill
em just wondering to whoever makes these daily puzzles could they make the board be from the perspective of whoevers go it is?just the odd time when its black to move its annoying if you accidently presume its white.also its easier to see moves when your looking at it from the perspective you actually would be looking from when playing.
jfmercer
27th. Take that!
caiovp2
That was a very good puzzle.  =]
Crystal_star
Easy~
tensai

so easy.

It is because of the progarmed sequence of the black'S moves.Sealed 

And, If I am the white w/out the prog. I  won't sacrifice my R.

Anyway, just a puzzle . . .


YuvalW
got it first try... not so hard...
guanjun
just do it to being carefully
etarnal
why must the black bishop block the white bishop? why can't the king just move away then there will be no mate already.. am i wrong?
etarnal
i mean the black bishop stays there and black moves another piece
SirDonald
Superb puzzle. Thank you.
lpapoo
good one
Terlimone
etarnal wrote: i mean the black bishop stays there and black moves another piece

 And then the game is over: Qh8 and checkmate.

Good puzzle. I had similar situations in some games I played.  


filipepsantos

done.

Nanacc

三手目で外しました。

NotGeneralGrant

I just checked this spammer's stats. He has 140 current games. Just how?