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5/2/2012 - Mate in 4

  • #41

    too ra loo ra loo ra

  • #42
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  • #43

    Good :)

  • #44

    OK

  • #45

    not to hard

  • #46
    You have solved this problem!
    4. Qg8#
  • #47

    hmm:)

  • #48

    got this one

  • #49

    very very easy

  • #50

    nice one...

  • #51

    easy just tricky

  • #52

    knight's rule

  • #53

    cool

  • #54

    was thinking how well I was doin til my router played up on r-h8?then tried loads of silly options- lesson believe!

  • #55

    very nice.

  • #56

    Very easy; logical move followed by logical move.

  • #57

    Great sequence. but I only saw it after being shown,. Only after seeing the whole sequence did I see the reason for the two sequential Knight moves.

    After seeing what the knight at f6 enabled me to do, I kick myself for not seeing it from the start, but it eluded me until the last move.

  • #58

    I solved this puzzle. 

  • #59

    Easy

  • #60
    ChristopherRB wrote:

    on the 4th and final move for white, Qh6 is also a mate.

    How can you possibly say that?  Black can interpose a Rook or a Bishop.

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