7/12/2012 - Mikanovic-Moisan Plante, Canada 2001

ianpaulogilvie

4th page!!! YES!!!!!!

lph

tough

arunrajeie

solved it in 1st attempt.. i made my  1st move instinctively...

2nd move had to think a lot...

JCE77

easy

paulified22

First move was key,can't say it was easy.Thank's Chess.Com

jovicic77

2....Qb8 for example and then what???

Gil-Gandel
jovicic77 wrote:

2....Qb8 for example and then what???

3. Qh8#, the King has nowhere to go and the Bishop can't take the queen.

AldiGozali

2 easy 2 solve

asi_hello4u

nice

Logical_Chess

Genius!

yograjmatrx

Easy.

SVSR

nice one!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

farhad999
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phnixhamsta

WOW.

pabloml
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pabloml

this problem is stupid.

after 2.Bh6 black is not forced to take the bishop (2...Bxh6) in fact the black bishop in g7 is defended by the king and the rook

is there something that I have missed?

MDCCP

Cool :) !

FaresYahiaAl-Dhabbi

had hard time solving this one. Good one!

eddysallin

sometimes a knight has to go.......easy--but i would bet many miss this by + ing with knight,   good work.

robson100

I think the puzzle is poor, there is no way and no need for black to have moved the bishop in that way............. ridiculous!