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5/7/2012 - Mate in 3

  • #21

    wow...

  • #22

    Very useful and nice.

  • #23

    Nice girls bobo!

  • #24

    It's nice.

  • #25

    Instructive - though if I was black, I would resign after white's first move

  • #26

    eeeeeeeaaaaaaaaassssssssssssssssyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.

  • #27

    soo easy

  • #28

    fairly easy, took about a minute

  • #29

    Decent.

    SZ.

  • #30

    Easy

  • #31

     Unusual problem, but interesting.

  • #32

    Easy. Could not solve it, but easy! Very easy!

    Oh, and first!

  • #33

    nice

  • #34

    1.Kf3 closes off Black's one remaining escape square (from g4+ or Rf6+)

    1. ...  h5 would forestall g4+ from being checkmate, but 2. Rf6 would be checkmate.  sooo....

    1. ... Bd6, is black's best move.  It provides an escape square from 2.g4+. and it prevents 2.Rf6+. Maybe white will blunder and capture with the pawn, leaving the escape square and blocking the rook from f6.  But white doesn't blunder; he captures with 2.Rxd6, threatening Rf6# or g4# on the next move. 

    2. ... Ne4 is the best black can do, preventing 3.Rf6#.  But white still has 3. g4#;  Black has no way to prevent it

  • #35

    monday,monday go away, come bak another day....to b continued... great puzzle!

  • #36

    perfecto

  • #37

    Good one :)

  • #38

    not to my liking

  • #39

    not a good one.

  • #40

    uh huh

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