The most difficult 2-mover problem I've ever seen!

donopo
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condude2

Sorry, I know the puzzle's been answered, but what about: 1. Qxd2 any 2. Nb4#

donopo
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Asorski
condude2 wrote:

Sorry, I know the puzzle's been answered, but what about: 1. Qxd2 any 2. Nb4#

If 1.Qxd2? then bxc4!!Cool

Asorski

Hello!Smile

Zephyr_Cloud

I saw that Re1 was a solution, but what about Re5+ ?

If the king takes on c4, you have Qc2#

if the knight takes on e5, you have Nxf4#

I don't see anything else black can do

Edit: Oops, after Re5+ Kc4 Qc2 you have Kd4 because the rook on e5 now blocks the bishop on h8

Asorski
Zephyr_Cloud wrote:

I saw that Re1 was a solution, but what about Re5+ ?

If the king takes on c4, you have Qc2#

if the knight takes on e5, you have Nxf4#

I don't see anything else black can do

Edit: Oops, after Re5+ Kc4 Qc2 you have Kd4 because the rook on e5 now blocks the bishop on h8

ok...

daviddowd

Asorski wrote:

Warning: If you can't solve this problem within a 2-hour period, please stop solving or you will go mad!

                         White mates in 2

Asorski wrote: Warning: If you can't solve this problem within a 2-hour period, please stop solving or you will go mad!                         White mates in 2