1.Rc7 Nxh4 2.Nxf4#
1.Rc7 black can only move the knight at g6, the bishop at a3, pawn at b5 and Kxe4. If he moves knight 2.Nxf4#, if he moves pawn Rc5#. If he moves bishop to other than b4 or d6 then 2.Rc5# If Bb4 2.Nxb4# If Bd6 2.Nb6#. If Kxe4 2.Nb4#
Very nice try Martino! Excellent! But: 1. Rc7! Bc5!!
Please try again.
1.Rc7 Bc5 2.Rxc5#
mister Asorski folosing google translate dans roumain en english OK
wait Rc5 isn't mate :P
Page 3 now.
Here again is the Position. Goodluck.
White mates in 2
Rook d4, and Queen h2 after king C6? Does that work?
Nb4 Bxb4 Qxd2#
Issues of chess, orthodox "with chess in 2, 3, 4, ....... n moves required1 Key (first movement) ONLY! The solution of 2.3 is considered defective .....! Allowed more solution to the problems, matt aid "and the,, Orthodox" more than 4x but only if the author indicates that, the existence of multiple solutions and must specify each!2 LEGAL POSITION (resulting from a game even imaginary) times your problem not follow this rule! White has over 16 pieces on the board! while black pawns position may result after a few more shots, so I calculated I 4 20 existing pieces 4 catches 24! translate pls Roumain using LANGUAGE! Thanks mystery ASORSKI [I hope that was a problem, orthodox "no heterodox or 'happy'?]
Geticus, this is indeed an illegal position but it's fun to solve!
No. It will not work. Please check your notation.Then try again.
Oh...missed king f7...
And I meant after king e6 since that would be the only legal move after rook d4
I give up, lol. Maybe if I could move around the pieces. xD
Asorki, are you sure it's correct? A lot of mistakes today
1.Qxd3# Just kidding I'm giving up for today. Hopefully someone have solved it when I come back tomorrow.
this is what i got..
I worked on this for 2 hours and 15 minutes