Bishop and knight cheakmate

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 White          Black

Kg6,Bf1,Ng1    Kh8

Can anyone give me the solution?

IMBacon

 

JamesAgadir

It depends the question. 

AnthonyAtanasov
Not the fastest mate, but should take less than 25 moves happy.png

 

HoopHoop123

i win

Rat1960

Excellent guys. 
https://www.chess.com/blog/Rat1960/bishop-and-knight

stmiuy

Stockfish's answer.

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I need more answers😊

AussieRookie

That's a weak line, you need to tweak it a bit, look for all cheaks, don't be so meak, and if it's looking bleak, remember to turn the other cheak.

LearningChess4Years

Bishop and knight cheakmate

essejzaf

yes, a very good cheakmate!

pfren
stmiuy έγραψε:

Stockfish's answer.

Did you learn how to mate with B+N from this "answer"? 

robbie_1969

 https://www.chess.com/blog/robbie_1969/endgame-essentials-bishop-and-knight-mate

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OMG IM is here !!! shock.png

stmiuy

Even stockfish spent time to solve this problem much time.

This let me learn that who can checkmate this with #23 is very strong.

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AnthonyAtanasov wrote:
Not the fastest mate, but should take less than 25 moves

 

You are right and you have gave the right continuation . thumbup.png

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AussieRookie wrote:

That's a weak line, you need to tweak it a bit, look for all cheaks, don't be so meak, and if it's looking bleak, remember to turn the other cheak.

What do you mean AussieRookie ? 

IpswichMatt
MDutta1980 wrote:
AussieRookie wrote:

That's a weak line, you need to tweak it a bit, look for all cheaks, don't be so meak, and if it's looking bleak, remember to turn the other cheak.

What do you mean AussieRookie ? 

He gives the answers you seak.

A really good explanation of the Bishop and Knight mate using the decreasing triangles method is given in a "chess network" you tube video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r3EqM17jvOc

 

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IpswichMatt wrote:
MDutta1980 wrote:
AussieRookie wrote:

That's a weak line, you need to tweak it a bit, look for all cheaks, don't be so meak, and if it's looking bleak, remember to turn the other cheak.

What do you mean AussieRookie ? 

He gives the answers you seak.

A really good explanation of the Bishop and Knight mate using the decreasing triangles method is given in a "chess network" you tube video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r3EqM17jvOc

 

I have seen it IpswichMatt

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mickynj wrote:

There are around 100 Youtube videos showing you how to mate with a knight and bishop. Go find them and study them. You're not going to learn anything just begging for answers

Shut up mickynj