Great simple mate in 2!

  • #1

    Can you solve it?

    Please do not use an engine. If you do, please don't post the answer.

                               White mates in 2

  • #2

    1Rb7!(2Nb3#) 1...Bxb7 2 Nd7#   1...Be6 2 Nxe6#

  • #3
    Geticus wrote:

    1Rb7!(2Nb3#) 1...Bxb7 2 Nd7#   1...Be6 2 Nxe6#

    1... Bh3

  • #4

    Please do not use an engine. If you do, please don't post the answer.

    You are assuming that peple aren't cheating when you say the first part of this, so the second part is either a redundancy or an assumption that people WILL cheat, therefore rendering the first part of the statement useless. 

  • #5
    fianchetto123 wrote:

    Please do not use an engine. If you do, please don't post the answer.

    You are assuming that peple aren't cheating when you say the first part of this, so the second part is either a redundancy or an assumption that people WILL cheat, therefore rendering the first part of the statement useless. 

    Spectacular analysis!

  • #6

    yes correct move is Rb7

  • #7

    Yeah, great and "simple"...lol

  • #8

    no only great

  • #9

    agreed

  • #10

    1....Bh3 2 Nb3# ! sir StMichaelD

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