Bishop and knight cheakmate

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    White          Black

Kg6,Bf1,Ng1    Kh8

Can anyone give me the solution ? 🤔 🤔 🤔

 

GMAbhishekpodishetty

why are you posting use less articles?

ilusmte

Exactly...

ilusmte

Exactly...

Kmatta

https://www.chess.com/drills/practice/bishop-and-knight-mate

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I don't have any membership so,I cannot see it

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kndreyn

1.Kf7 Kh7 2.Nf3 Kh8 3.Ne5 Kh7 4.Bc4 Kh6 5.Kf6 Kh7 6.Ng6 Kh6 7.Bg8 Kh5 8.Ne5 Kh4 9.Kf5 Kg3 10.Ng4 Kg2 11.Bc4 Kf3 12.Bd3 Kg3 13.Be2 Kh4 14.Ne3 Kg3 15.Nd1 Kh4 16.Kf4 Kh3 17.Bf3 Kh4 18.Ne3 Kh3 19.Bg4+ Kh2 20.Kf3 Kg1 21.Kg3 Kh1 22.Kf2 Kh2 23.Nf1+ Kh1 24.Bf3#

ashwinpravin1

MDutta1980 wrote:

    White          Black

Kg6,Bf1,Ng1    Kh8

Can anyone give me the solution ? 🤔 🤔 🤔

 

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aditya_shri

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9HKZ9PhLCU&feature=youtu.be

Check this out, simple way to learn bishop and knight checkmate

kndreyn
aditya_shri wrote:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9HKZ9PhLCU&feature=youtu.be

Check this out, simple way to learn bishop and knight checkmate

At around 7:34 he missed a mate in 2 happy.png

 

aditya_shri

Kndreyn, yes Nc6, Bb7. How was the video btw? 

kndreyn
aditya_shri wrote:

Kndreyn, yes Nc6, Bb7. How was the video btw? 

I liked it! That's the first time I've seen the "triangle" technique. Thank you!

 

aditya_shri

You are welcome dude, actually that's my channel, tune in for more😊😊

testaaaaa

probability of this to occur in your game 1/10000     top-gms  get the B+N # once or twice in their lives

Dsmith42

I had someone in a tournament game purposely trade down to this ending, which fortunately I knew how to finish - and that alone made it worth knowing.  There are a lot of "once in a blue moon" scenarios, and if you don't know them, someone else will make you pay for it.

 

And IF you know them, you're more likely to see them coming, and be more comfortable in trading down to such endings.

 

Basically, you're using the bishop to hold successive diagonals, while the king & knight corral the defending king to a corner the bishop can check.  Box him in the corner, make sure the defending king has exactly two squares, and the finish is easily calculated from there.

kawya47

i liked it. thank you

GuidingPeople-YouTube
kawya47 wrote:

i liked it. thank you

You are most welcome ! 

IpswichMatt

+1 for ChessNetwork's B+N+K v K video

All Chessnetwork videos are excellent IMO

Ciru_Muriuki

that was helpful...thanks