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

  • #141

    1. Nxe7+ Nxe7 2. Nxf4#

  • #142

    Re5+ Nxe5 Nxf4 mate

    Re5+ Kxc4 Qc2 mate

  • #143

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  • #144
    FordaVanOvid wrote:

    1. Nxe7+ Nxe7 2. Nxf4#

    1. Nxe7+ Bxe7!!

  • #145
    willysweetkane wrote:

    Re5+ Nxe5 Nxf4 mate

    Re5+ Kxc4 Qc2 mate

    1. Re5+ Kxc4 2. Qc2+ Kd4!!

  • #146

    So then 126 is it?  Solved??!!! 

    LOL ... I had replied that this couldn't work, as I had the Rf5, blocking the d4 from Bh8 defense!  

    EXCELLENT :)

  • #147
    DalaiLuke wrote:

    So then 126 is it?  Solved??!!! 

    LOL ... I had replied that this couldn't work, as I had the Rf5, blocking the d4 from Bh8 defense!  

    EXCELLENT :)

    Yes. Scottrf got it! Please see post no. 89.

  • #148

    1.Qxd2  and whatever black does 2.Nb4#. I solved it in two minutes!! It's so simple everybody can do it! Just think about the obvious moves.

  • #149

    Well Asorski. I think this is your highlight of all problems!! Cool. Good Job. Keep the mindcrackers coming.

  • #150
    superishi wrote:

    1.Qxd2  and whatever black does 2.Nb4#. I solved it in two minutes!! It's so simple everybody can do it! Just think about the obvious moves.

    NOPE, pawn takes rook on C file ... we've been thinking about the obvious moves for 8 pages now! :)

    Personally relieved to see the answer and know how close I was ... thanks Asorski!

  • #151

    Looking forward to more puzzles like this, Asorski. Please keep them coming.

  • #152
    TDMan wrote:

    I fail to see how Re1 was a mate ...  must assume you were just trying to brush off the problem and move on.

    You do mean E4 to E1 right?

    My first attempt at sol'n, "Qxf3 then E4 to E5" fails because Kxc4. 

    I just found a fatal flaw in my attempt in post 133 also.. Kc6 then Bc5.  That turns it into a 3 move mate.

    If you took the time to read the post (#89 on page 5) you'd get to see that the really cool counter-intuitive move Re1 is the solution.

  • #153
    DalaiLuke wrote:
    superishi wrote:

    1.Qxd2  and whatever black does 2.Nb4#. I solved it in two minutes!! It's so simple everybody can do it! Just think about the obvious moves.

    NOPE, pawn takes rook on C file ... we've been thinking about the obvious moves for 8 pages now! :)

    Personally relieved to see the answer and know how close I was ... thanks Asorski!


    Very well said DalaiLuke, everybody's thinking of the obvious move!

  • #154
    Asorski wrote:

    GM_Hiceberg, did you really used an engine?

    Oh, but there's no way he could have used an engine when we have all those extra pieces on the board, right? Wink

  • #155
    WSAEME wrote:

    Looking forward to more puzzles like this, Asorski. Please keep them coming.

    For sure, I will make another one. Will post it soon. Just stay tuned.Cool

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  • #157

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    OK,what am i supposed to say?That i didn't use a magic engine?

  • #158

    there should be a trash bin where curiosity seekers could go to see all the deleted comments!  :P

  • #159
    GM_Hiceberg wrote:

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    OK,what am i supposed to say?That i didn't use a magic engine?

    Say it.

    We need your explanation.

  • #160
    BigDoggProblem wrote:
    Asorski wrote:

    GM_Hiceberg, did you really used an engine?

    Oh, but there's no way he could have used an engine when we have all those extra pieces on the board, right?

    Most engines never accept more than the usual pieces but some engines do!

    Adriandmen a problem composer himself later admitted that he checked the puzzle with Apwin a solving engine, and it found the mate in 2! Not only that, Apwin confirmed the key move. That no mate is possible except with that amazing 1. Re1 move!!

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