Does Anyone Want To Make A Chess Puzzle With Me?

RALRAL3333

Hello everyone. I make chess puzzles on my chess.com blog called "RALRAL3333's Blog" and I am wondering if any chess.com user wants to collaborate with me in making a chess puzzle with me. We will use either the Messages on chess.com to work together to create the puzzle, or we can use this forum and work together. After we make the puzzle, I will post it to my blog, and credit the other user as well as myself for the creation of the puzzle. Please reply to this if you are interested, and then we can get started right away.

Thanks, Ral

RALRAL3333

Anyone?

RALRAL3333

So, we start from the beggining and work backwards when creating a puzzle

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Qe7+ Kh6 Qg5#
Pawn_Overide
Hey Ral! I'd love to. Just see the message I sent you :)
RALRAL3333

cjxchess16, i was thinking of non-rare puzzles. Check out my blog (RALRAL3333's Blog) on chess.com to see some of the puzzles I have already created

RALRAL3333
Nice puzzle! Should i post this on my blog? I will give full credit to you. If you agree, tell me a name for the puzzle
GMchess259

nice win

chesschallenge72

can we create one together in this forum? I ' like a puzzle, where the king is mated in the middle of the field, lets say on d6. Where his queen e.g. on g5 cannot defend the numerous throats from all angles. Maybe a dicovere check, without exchangin any pieces, so that the king is stuck. Do you have any ideas to make up something funny from this...? 

RALRAL3333
Cjxchess, perfect title! It will be called: The Perfect Sacrifice On G7 - An Original Chess Puzzle By Cjxchess16
RALRAL3333
Sorry, instead of perfect, ill put deadly
RALRAL3333
Chesschallenge72, we can definetly make one together. Ill start with some prototypes and post them here very soon. Ill message you when they are ready
AK-62301

Nice and tricky

AK-62301

How do you make a puzzle

RALRAL3333
You have to use a computer, and then you can set up a puzzle from there
RALRAL3333
chesschallenge72 wrote:

can we create one together in this forum? I ' like a puzzle, where the king is mated in the middle of the field, lets say on d6. Where his queen e.g. on g5 cannot defend the numerous throats from all angles. Maybe a dicovere check, without exchangin any pieces, so that the king is stuck. Do you have any ideas to make up something funny from this...? 

Using your ideas, i have come up with a very interesting composition, although we may need to add more to it. Tell me if you like what we have created together and also suggest some things we could change. Also, note that if black does not take the knight, black's queen is taken. That is better than what black played in the puzzle, but black will lose either way, so it is fine. But... i don't like that black was not forced to take the knight. Do you have any suggestions?

 

chesschallenge72
Hi Ral, yeah, nice starting point, 
I tried to add more pieces into your position in good hope to receive possible previous moves leading to your mate. I was not succesful in having that particular outcome, but at least we have a mate in three now with a more complimciated derivation. 

 You think, we have a progress? 

 

AK-62301

I think the bishop should take then the king and queen are forked!!!!!!!

AK-62301

Not

RALRAL3333
chesschallenge72 wrote:
Hi Ral, yeah, nice starting point, 
I tried to add more pieces into your position in good hope to receive possible previous moves leading to your mate. I was not succesful in having that particular outcome, but at least we have a mate in three now with a more complimciated derivation. 
 You think, we have a progress? 

 

Yes! We are absolutely making process. I really like how you edited it to make it much better while still keeping nearly everything I had in my earlier example. I put this position onto the analysis board and I made the moves for the puzzle. Then, i tried to add more moves into the puzzle, but I didn't see how we could. You added the much needed depth into this puzzle, so thank you very much! This puzzle will be posted to my blog after just one more step. What should the title be of the puzzle? And also, I will give us both credit for the puzzle and post the link here afterwards. Thanks for your cooperation in adding another excellent puzzle to my chess.com blog!