inevitable mate in 15

Pau

   White wins in 15 moves.


  Alexey Troitsky

In this problem by Troitsky, the key is to confine the black king in the squares a1 and b1, and bring the white king to support mate. (But you have to avoid the statemate).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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bgianis
Thank you for sharing.
JF1
i like that!
789159
very good puzzle
ih8sens

Cue the 'Nice n' easy'

 


OgreVI
That was beautiful.
grensley
what happens if black plays Nc4?
sugaristan
grensley wrote: what happens if black plays Nc4?

 hmm........ the exact same thing maybe.


bgianis
sugaristan wrote: grensley wrote: what happens if black plays Nc4?

 hmm........ the exact same thing maybe.


Not maybe.The same thing exactly happens.


diogens

Very nice problem Pau. I'm collecting your endgame puzzles if you don't mind

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bimor

now I learned that thanks