Puzzle: Fischer's Mate in 6

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Islemgo

6.Kc1 then what about Ba3#

tingtong99

@Islemgo It is a mate but this is how Fischer mated. There are many mates in this puzzle but I clearly mentioned in the title that this is how Fischer mated.

DinuIndre

What a beautiful checkmate! Artistic I could say happy.png This is another proof among the many of  Robert James Fischer brilliancy.

khushbukokane

nice puzzle

Rayn_Antares_Shaula
Islemgo wrote:

6.Kc1 then what about Ba3#

That's not a mate, there is still Kb1, Rb2+ (Ka1, Rd2, *any move Rd1#) or (Kc1 Rc2+, Kb1 Rc1#).
So It's Ba3+, not Ba3#

satviking1209

nice take a look at this

DetectiveRams
Rayn_Antares_Shaula wrote:
Islemgo wrote:

6.Kc1 then what about Ba3#

That's not a mate, there is still Kb1, Rb2+ (Ka1, Rd2, *any move Rd1#) or (Kc1 Rc2+, Kb1 Rc1#).
So It's Ba3+, not Ba3#

In case you missed it  Kb1 is guarded by the black knight. You should make sure next time.

 

Also, I believe this game was taken from Fischer's game of the century? This mate is the least impressive part of the game.

DinuIndre

Very nice puzzle @satviking1209 . We don't have to forget that from now on white is going to have a hard time stopping that two pawns tongue.png

satviking1209

@dinuldre IF WE PLACE THE KNIGHT ON C8 THIS WILL KILL ONE PAWN

 

Katastrofa
Rayn_Antares_Shaula написал:
Islemgo wrote:

6.Kc1 then what about Ba3#

That's not a mate, there is still Kb1, Rb2+ (Ka1, Rd2, *any move Rd1#) or (Kc1 Rc2+, Kb1 Rc1#).
So It's Ba3+, not Ba3#

 

No, my friend - Ba3# - Kb1 wrong, becouse Nc3)

 

HSCCCBrown

that was easy

zzoo_oozz
Rayn_Antares_Shaula wrote:
Islemgo wrote:

6.Kc1 then what about Ba3#

That's not a mate, there is still Kb1, Rb2+ (Ka1, Rd2, *any move Rd1#) or (Kc1 Rc2+, Kb1 Rc1#).
So It's Ba3+, not Ba3#

There is no Kb1 available...

DinuIndre
satviking1209 wrote:

@dinuldre IF WE PLACE THE KNIGHT ON C8 THIS WILL KILL ONE PAWN

 

Don't forget that after the white knight captures the black queen, it is going to be the black turn to move, so with advancing the pawn from a7 to a6, the white knight to c8 is useless wink.png

AtharvBaheti29

Easy but good happy.png

 

yellumahan

easy

Rat1960
DinuIndre wrote:
satviking1209 wrote:

@dinuldre IF WE PLACE THE KNIGHT ON C8 THIS WILL KILL ONE PAWN

 

Don't forget that after the white knight captures the black queen, it is going to be the black turn to move, so with advancing the pawn from a7 to a6, the white knight to c8 is useless

Indeed after ... a6 ! as you note getting the knight to blockade looks rather difficult.
Advance both kings to the centre, white plays say Nc4 and black plays ... b5 --- tight.