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9/25/2013 - Unusual Mating Theme

  • #101

    Easy combination ! Done !

  • #102

    Cool :) !

  • #103

    nice

  • #104
    dufferps wrote:
    VedantRaheja wrote:

    Why not Bf7 followed by Qg6? It Leads to Mate in 2..

    1. ...  Re1+  prevents  2.Qg6#

    1. Bxf7   Re1+
    2.Rxe1   Qxf7,
    3.Qxf7+  Kxf7

    and white has the advantage, but no quick win ... and it certainly wasn't a mate in 2.

    There are several variations, but they all seem to result in an advantage for white, but no quick win.

    Hey thanks,didn't see that at first.

  • #105
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  • #106

    Nice one.

  • #107

    I was once on the receiving end of a game that ended very much like this.

  • #108

    good oneSmile

  • #109

    goood oneSmile

  • #110

    i did it

  • #111

    Very good.

  • #112

    Very clever!

  • #113
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  • #114
    algoher wrote:

    Another solution:

    1.       Bxf7 Rxf7

    2.       Qg6#

    But what r doesn't xf7 but puts White into check??? 

  • #115
    soumitra13 wrote:
     


    You puzzle counts you wrong for finding a quicker mate. Both 3. Qxg6# and 3. Qf4# are faster mates than the solution given in the puzzle.

  • #116

    Crucial.

    SZ.

  • #117
    jdcannon wrote:
    soumitra13 wrote:
     


    You puzzle counts you wrong for finding a quicker mate. Both 3. Qxg6# and 3. Qf4# are faster mates than the solution given in the puzzle.

    Qf4???

  • #118
    jdcannon wrote:
    soumitra13 wrote:
     


    You puzzle counts you wrong for finding a quicker mate. Both 3. Qxg6# and 3. Qf4# are faster mates than the solution given in the puzzle.

    Queen sac is the only guaranteed mate.

  • #119

    Delete the 'un' sylable.

  • #120

    d5-f7 the same result

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