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

  • #161
    DalaiLuke wrote:

    I don't understand why the Rook MUST move to e1 ... what is wrong with e2 or e3?

    This fantastic chess puzzle continues to shocked people...Lincolm and I admitted that it's simply amazing. It blows people's mind!

    1. Re2? fxe2!

    1. Re3? fxe3!

  • #162

    1. Nxf4+ Nxf4 (forced) 2. Re5#

  • #163
    pancakepalace wrote:

    1. Nxf4+ Nxf4 (forced) 2. Re5#

    Re5 is illegal. It has already been solved anyway.

  • #164

    Kxc4. Solution already provided

  • #165

    @Cnacnel, you're right, Re5# is illegal since the previous move puts the white king in check.

    @Scottrf, Kxc4 would have been impossible because the Rook is guarded by a white bishop.

    Thanks guys, I'll look at the previous solution. 

  • #166
    Scottrf wrote:
    WSAEME wrote:

    First I move the Queen from d1 to f3, then the Rook from e4 to d4. 


    2... Rxc5 mate.

  • #167

    This is the most difficult 2-mover puzzle i've ever seen!Cool

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  • #169

    Thank you guys for visiting this tread. Cool

    This already reached  more than 5,000 views!

  • #170

    If you cann't solve within a 2hour period,you will get mad.

  • #171

    Re4 to Rd4 ....isn't that mate

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  • #173
    BrianO66 wrote:

    Re4 to Rd4 ....isn't that mate

    Not mate. 1. Red4+ Kxe6!!

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  • #175

    How are people still getting it wrong 3 months after the answer was given?

  • #176

    perhaps they don't want to go looking for the answer before attacking it themselves?  

  • #177
    DalaiLuke wrote:

    perhaps they don't want to go looking for the answer before attacking it themselves?  

    You are correct DalaiLuke.

    They want to check if their answer is correct without looking first on the solution.

    Anyway, Scottrf had solved this problem 3 months ago.

  • #178

    If this problem is new to you. Or if you've first encounter this problem, then you are free to solve without looking on the answer.

    2013 is full of challenges. Solve this problem and feel great!Cool

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  • #180

    K x N


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