# Asorski's Original Chess Problems No. 6

Hello everybody! Asorski signing in...

The following chess problem is composed during my high school days. This is one of my earliest problems ever composed. This also marks the beginning of my carrer in problem composing.

I hope you like it.

Again, an Asorski original.

White mates in 2.

Asorski's Originals (No. 6) is open for solving. Goodluck!

1.Rc6

zboina got it. Congratulations!

am i missing something here?  R-C6 ? KxR (either C6 or E6)

How then is it mate next move?

Isn't Nc7 a mate in 1? @.@ or did i get the pawn direction wrong? :O

NOW I SEE IT!!! FAR OUT THAT TOOK AGES!

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Asorski Original Chess Problem No. 6 is solved!

zboina was the first one who spotted it while deefy missed the second move (2. Qh1#).

Flying_Banana thought it's a one-move mate but it's not.

Well... acknowledgement is hereby given to Disgruntled_Sheep for providing the diagram of the solution.

Thank you dude!

More Asorski Original Chess Problems soon!

I was just confused when you said zboina was right, I looked at it for ages and thought you were joking lol. I put up the diagram as I don't think anyone else understood it either

Disgruntled_Sheep wrote:

I was just confused when you said zboina was right, I looked at it for ages and thought you were joking lol. I put up the diagram as I don't think anyone else understood it either

Thanks again, putting up a diagram with corresponding variations and mates makes a confused solver see the sun out of a clear sky.

That's a very pretty one Asorski.

shoopi wrote:

That's a very pretty one Asorski.

Thanks a lot shoopi! You're the first one to say that!