# Daily Puzzle Submissions! *Be Involved*

Thanks also @ Coolchessboy .

wyh2010 wrote:
Supermissile wrote:

Here's my puzzle.

Mate in 2

#18 is silly

Knight goes to Ng7#

@supermissile, dans ton puzzle, mat 1 move Chevalier g7++

@supermissile, in your puzzle possible, one move Ng7 and checkmat.

Thanks

mate in 6

(i just noticed there is a mate in 5)

forkman wrote:
Here's a puzzle I made up.

your solution should be : Nd6#

Hello all remenber chesscoolboy?

that's me! Matekid!

my puzzle was great right? the coolest check mate ever!now a a ok here's a one

is this a possvele to get in this puzzle?

1.yes 2.not

can this black pawn can go where they go?

1.yes 2.not

ok the answer will be after 5days

Easy mate in 6. By easy I mean easy FOR a mate in 6.

@abzfiya: the mate in 5 is 5...Qe5#?
@grandmaster: there is at least a 2nd choice 38...Rg7+ to mate, and I think more choices beforehand too
@Matekid: please do the effort of showing a numered board so we at least know for sure which direction who is going to, since it is an impossible situation that comes in handy... btw Ng5#

Here's a strange mate in 3 I encountered against a weak chess player. Difficulty: Easy
MatthiasVanCampen wrote:

@grandmaster: there is at least a 2nd choice 38...Rg7+ to mate, and I think more choices beforehand too

Do you mean Rxg2?  You can't get to g7 with the rook. But there's also 38...Rf4+ 39. Ka5 Ra4#.

thanks GrandMaster3141. easy, you can to say it.

nice puzzle!

Puzzle 1 of the day!!

Puzzle 2 of the day! Good Luck!

This is an actual position from one of my games.  Easy mate.

Here is another one.  Blacks Rd8 move is just a placeholder; he could have made any other move (except the ones shown in the variations) with the same result.

miyagi wrote:
White mates in 2 moves

what about pawn b5 blocks queen.

A good mate

what on earth is FEN format ??

FEN is the format that computers use to set the position of a game. You can use FEN to set up puzzles! Open up the game you want to use, copy the FEN on the right side of the screen, and paste it into the box that says "Use an FEN string" after you click the puzzle option. The computer will then set up the game!