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5/18/2012 - Mate in 4

  • #201

    Bc2 ....

  • #202

    if Bd1...Rd7,

  • #203
    shoopi wrote:
    JuibCantabery wrote:

    What is wrong with the following?

     

    It seemed like a good solution to me...

    2... Kxg5.

    The rooks are no longer connected =)

    lol thanks :)

  • #204
    JuibCantabery wrote:
    shoopi wrote:
    JuibCantabery wrote:

    What is wrong with the following?

     

    It seemed like a good solution to me...

    2... Kxg5.

    The rooks are no longer connected =)

    lol thank

    This diagram or puzzle or whatever it was did not load.

  • #205

    1...Bg6 is the only way to meet the threat of 2. Rh3+.  The purpose of the move is to shield black's king from white's g7 rook (2. Rh3+ Kg5).

  • #206

     I saw 4.Rh6# and played that, but it rejected me. Can't these puzzles have multiple solutions?

  • #207

    nice!

  • #208

    nice job

  • #209

    easy

  • #210

    Why couldn't it be Rh6# also and not just Rxh7#?  Someone please help me on this.  I will greatly appreciate it!!! :)

  • #211

    two rooks can move

  • #212
    cwedell wrote:
     

    Why couldn't it be Rh6# also and not just Rxh7#?  Someone please help me on this.  I will greatly appreciate it!!! :)

    Rh6 is checkmate.  The puzzle can only give one solution.  Perhaps Rxh7 was chosen because it gains an extra pawn while checkmating.

  • #213
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  • #214

    oops, asked and answered. that was a fun one. I missed the first move my first try

  • #215

    nice discovery attack!

  • #216
    hungsun wrote:

    two rooks can move

    Where can they move?

  • #217

    what kind of person doesn't have their rooks developed at this time of the game, black diserved to get checkmated.

  • #218

    good one

  • #219

    good

  • #220

    one...took me too long though :p

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