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  • #1421

    Screener, that second one is a one-mover.  1. Bf7#.

  • #1422

    This game has a forced mate in six (according to computer analysis) beginning on the 18th move. Use it if you want to.

  • #1423

    This is probably my best puzzle yet. Black to move and win material in 4 moves.

  • #1424

    *bump*

  • #1425

    in the last puzzle rook h5                                                                                                              

  • #1426
    theweaponking wrote:

    Screener, that second one is a one-mover.  1. Bf7#.

    sorry

  • #1427
    EvanCutler wrote:

    in the last puzzle rook h5                                                                                                              

    Moving the rook to h5 would take 2 moves and it is useless. Maybe you notating wrong? Perhaps you should learn how to notate before correcting others' puzzles.

  • #1428

    Mate in 5

  • #1429

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  • #1431
    xalways wrote:
     
    Not my originality but i would like to share it with you all. An easy puzzle mate in 3.

    Not a forced mate as Black doesn't have to promote the pawn.

  • #1432
    Screener wrote:

    here's another one. 

     

    White could've played Bf7#

  • #1433

    I played this game against a computer on my phone.  I liked the checkmate.

  • #1434

    The checkmate at the end is pretty cool, too bad I didn't get to play it out

     



  • #1435

    21. Nh5+ or Ne8+ Kg8 22. Qg7# and 20...Kg7 was a blunder. Best move was Kh8. Then 21. Nd7+ Kg8 22. Nxf8 Kxf8

  • #1436

    Why not Rxh5? Seems like mate ...

  • #1437

    If white plays Nh5+ Black can't play Rxh5 because he's still in check by the queen. If you are double checked you have to move the king.

  • #1438

    Mate in 7. Difficulty: Medium

  • #1439

  • #1440

    Sunday puzzle:

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