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  • #1361

    it is a good idea!!! after all the dud puzzles, let us look forward some interesting ones...

  • #1362

    Mate in 3. Difficulty: Somewhat Easy

  • #1363
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  • #1364

    White to play and win.

  • #1365

     DIFFICULTY: Incredibly Easy 

  • #1366

    Here's a nice good Sunday puzzle. Mate in 2.

  • #1367

    A tougher one. Mate in 9.

  • #1368
    Grandmaster3141 wrote:

    A tougher one. Mate in 9.

     

    after 3. Re1; why can't Queen take the rook? may be i am missing something; but that looks like a Checkmate.

  • #1369
    Am64360_2 wrote:
     
  • #1370
    senko0521 wrote:
    Grandmaster3141 wrote:

    A tougher one. Mate in 9.

     

    after 3. Re1; why can't Queen take the rook? may be i am missing something; but that looks like a Checkmate.

    Oh :-P You're right. nvm

  • #1371

    Does chess.com still accept daily puzzle submissions?

  • #1372
    Sprite wrote:
    Chesscrazy127, that's a good example of a smothered mate, but isn't checkmate as white can play 2.Kxa2 and avoid the mate.

    if 2. Kxa2 then 2... Ra7#

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  • #1374
    ravidavda wrote:
     

    Wat?

  • #1375

    4. Kd6 draw or K moves Kxd7 draw

  • #1376
    Grandmaster3141 wrote:

    4. Kd6 draw or K moves Kxd7 draw

    Or 1. (anything) draws faster so please delete this stupid puzzle OP

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  • #1379

    Hello everyone! I would like to share with you a chess puzzle from bruce pandolfini's book. Here it is:

    White to move and win.

    Of course promoting to a Queen or Rook leads to a draw!

    Solution next Sunday. June 10, 2012.

  • #1380

    Hello everyone! I would like to share with you my original 2-move chess composition containing pin and counter-pin!

    Here it is: White to move mate in 2!


    (Dedicated to my new friend Hairball1 and to the whole chess.com community)

    An Asorski Original 

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