Mate in 9 - extremely hard

  • #1

    The following position is altered from a Marshall gambit game I played long time ago. My opponent won material at the cost of neglecting the critical a8-h1 diagonal, which exposed his king to serious mate threats.

     

    Can you find the correct path to victory? rest assured, if you make a mistake you will lose the game.

     

  • #2

    epic.!!!..this one puzzle is just fantastic...i can't even think of giving such a mate during the game...

  • #3
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  • #4

    @ shoopi... play with me a game of chess, please!!...it wud help me alot...

  • #5

    Hard.. i made the last four moves and the first  move but the other four i had to click help

  • #6

    Qh3 leads to forced mate in two...Qh3 f3 Bxf3 Kf2 Qg2#

  • #7

    yeap!

  • #8

    1... Qh3 looks good but white can defend against mate, and win.

     

    1... Qh3 2. f3 Bxf3 3. Re2 Bxe2 4. Nd2.

    It's in the move list.

  • #9

    Keep this way. I'm deeply stunned and full of delight that you were able to drive me back to the times when i've heared about a8-h1. Astonishing and amazing...I supossed that you have nothing else better to do.

  • #10

    nice.

  • #11

    Not the hardest puzzle, but nice rook sac.

  • #12

    That is a fantastic line I haven't analysed too deeply. Brilliant indeed, thanks!

  • #13

    Great puzzle...simply great.

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