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Bf7+ Kf6 Bg8+ Kg6 Qf7+ Kh6 Qh7# All forced and way too easy...
Bf7+, ... Bg8+, ... Qf7+, ... Qh7++
1. Bf7+ Kf6 2. Bg8 Kg6 3. Qf7+ Kh6 4. Qh7#
its kind of simple.1.Bf7 Kf6 2.Bxd5+ Kg6 3.Qg8+ Kh6 4.Qh8+ Kg6 5.Qf7# Unless i'm missing something...
Well, I think:Bf7 +, Kf6Bg8 +, Kg6Qf7 +, Kh6Qh7 #
Another pretty little mating problem where the goal is to find the shortest mate. Unlike yesterday's puzzle, the distraction comes on the second move. I fell for 2.Bd5, but eventually found the same mate 2 moves later:1. Bf7 Kf62. Bg8! Kg63. Qf7 Kh64. Qh7#
Mate that I see right away is: Bf7+ Kf6 Bg8+ Kg6 Qf7+ Kh6 Qh7#Hopefully I saw the shortest one unlike last time :'(
1. Bf7+ Kf6 2. Bg8+ Kg6 3. Qf7+ Kh6 4. Qh7#
1.Bf7+ Kf6 2.Bg8+ Kg6 3. Qf7+ Kh6 4. Qh7++
1. Bf7+ Kf6 2. Bg8+ Kg6 3. Qf7+ Kh6 4. Qh7#, this entire line being forced.
Pretty straight-forward. 1. Bf7+ Kf6; 2. Bg8+ Kg6; 3. Qf7+ Kh6; 4. Qh7 mate
1.Bf7 Kf6 2. Bxd5 Kg6 3.Bf7 Kf6 4. Bg8 Kg6 5.Qf7 Kh6 6. Qh7++
mate in 4 beginning with Bf7ch. Bf7ch, Kf6, Bg8ch, Kg6, Qf7ch, Kh6, Qh7 checkmate
1.Bf7+ ending with 4.Qh7#
1. Bf7+ Kf62. Bg8+ Kg63. Qf7+ Kh64. Qh7+#
Here Qf7+ or Qf5+ followed by Qxd7+ looked obvious at first glance but must be erroneous. So it has to be:1. Bf7+ Kf62. Bg8+!Here Bxd5+ looked obvious but was wrong.2. ... Kg63. Qf7+ Kh64. Qh6#So it's just a matter of not taking any black piece, and not bother about the black queen either...
Firstly picking up the N & B, then pushing the K to the corner, there will follow a mate with Qh7#. It's quite a beautiful manoevre.
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