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6/21/2013 - Persistent With The Mate

  • #181

    These puzzles just get easier and easier. And why are there so many queen sacs?

  • #182

    @TOKYOISAWESOME99: The bishop can block.

  • #183

    nice

  • #184

    OHHHH yea solved it

  • #185

    yes

  • #186
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  • #187

    I am still trying to understand the implication of terms in name of this puzzle. "Persitant with The Mate". I found the accepted terms for "Perpetual Check", "Perpetual Mate Pursuit" the short word "Mate" as used for "Checkmate" but nothing close as perpetual with the mate. Would this name work "Almost Persistant with the Check....Mate" ? Back to the books for me.

  • #188

    what is wrong with 3.Te1 ?~!Undecided

  • #189

    Fun and easy but it's not mate yet until the king and rook moves.  Cool puzzle.   =)

  • #190

    1. Qf4+... gxf4

    2. Bxf4+... Ke7

    3. d6+

    Its still not mate. black can move ...Ke6

  • #191

    First pa..., oh wait.

    @shellymadiki

    Yup, still not mate.  ...Ke6 then one of the White rooks gives check.  I don't think the chess.com puzzles can handle multiple solutions, that's why some of them end early.

  • #192

    OK

  • #193

    Stronger Challenge

  • #194

    Cool

  • #195

    qto e7 not check mate

  • #196

    decent

  • #197

    smpli to thinking it

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