An Unsolvable Mate In One

Bigbishop077

Good day, i have some questions? how do you love playing chess?

pls reply i just want to know all your answers.

FortunaMajor

I wish I didn't see this thread.

MoveNotToMove
haxo101 wrote:

Here's another unsolvable one: (and this one really is unsolvable, although I will provide a solution)

 

 

i really don't get: can't black king take the knight on b8?

haxo101

It's a black knight on b8, so no. 

greypenguin

Mate in two

FortunaMajor
dariuscmk wrote:

Mate in two

I am thinking of bxc2+ (overlooking Rh8+) unless it is Black to move.

dwagss
I guess I'm just an in the box thinker but I do not understand 1
greypenguin

 White to move.

greypenguin

This is the answer: Ra/h8+ Rd/e Rxd/e#

RubenHogenhout
haxo101 schreef:

Here's another unsolvable one: (and this one really is unsolvable, although I will provide a solution)

 

Thats the checkmate I wanne give!

 

 

 

 

RubenHogenhout
haxo101 schreef:

And here's another puzzle, White must force Black to checkmate him:

 

I must admit that 4.d7-d8 Black Knight is a genius move after black will give 4...Nf7#

apotosaurus
haxo101 wrote:

I see that these puzzles are not so unsolvable as I had hoped. Here's another one, mate in two:

 

Black plays Kf3 0-0+ Ke2

Hoangnam05
I can solve the puzzles ever time how about you guys. Thanks
ShaoniHiya

haxo101 wrote:

Can you solve this unsolvable mate in one?

 

I must send this to my friends I mean it is awesome upside down pawns. It took me an hour to figure out why gxf3 is not possible. You r great

ShaoniHiya

haxo101 wrote:

Can you solve this unsolvable mate in one?

 

I must send this to my friends I mean it is awesome upside down pawns. It took me an hour to figure out why gxf3 is not possible. You r great

ShaoniHiya

ZlyphrrPlayz wrote:

 

this one was easy