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1.Qh6+ Kxh62.Bf8+ Kh53.f4+ Kxh44.Kg2 checkmate
Qh6,King takes queen,Bf8.Goc
1. Qh6+ Kxh6 2. Bf8+ Kh5 3. f4+ Kxh4 4. Kg2#
1.Qh6+ Kxh6 2.Bf8+ Kh5 3.f4# :)
Very cute. Took me a few minutes to spot the queen sacrifice:1. Qh6!! Kh62. Bf8 Kh53. f4 Kh44. Kg2#
1. Qe7 + Bf7 2. Qxf7+ Kh6 3. Bf8 + Rxf8 4. Qxf8+ Kh5 5. f4 + Kxh4 6. Kg2 #
Of course, 1.Qe7 can mate in a similar manner, but is obviously a longer route.
I saw this one right away:Qe7+ Bf7 Qxf7+ Kh6 Bf8+ Rxf8 Qxf8+ Kh5 f4+ Kxh4 Qh6#
1. Qh6 Kxh6 2. Bf8+ Kh5 3. f4+ Kxh4 4. Kg2++
Mate in 4:1. Qh6+ Kxh62. Bf8+ Kh53. f4+ Kxh44. Kg2#
1... Qh6+2.Kxh6 Bf8+3.Kh5 f4+4.Kxh4 Kg2#
4 move mate beginning with Qh6ch and ending with a king move discovered check by the rook.
Qh6+, Kxh6; Bf8+, Kh5; f4+, Kxh4; Kg2#
1. Qh6+ Kxh62. Bf8+ Kh53. f4+ Kxh44. Kg2#
It took me about 30 seconds to see the enforced mate in 4 (ending with a white king move):1. Qh6+ Kh62. Bf8+ Kh53. f4+(this pawn is nice) Kxh44. Kg2#
1) Qe7+... Kh6, 2) Qf8+... Kh4, 3) f4+... Kxh4, 4) Kg2 #
1. Qe7+ Bf72. Ne6+ K**3. Nxd4 should be winning.However, the solution is even more forcing:1. Qh6+!! Kxh62. Bf8+ Kh53. f4+ Kxh44. Kg2+#
1. Qe7+ Bf72. Ne6+ K**3. Nxd4 should be winning.However, the solution is even more forcing:1. Qh6+!! Kxh62. Bf8+ Kh53. f4+ Kxh44. Kg2+#47
This is simple: Q-B-p-K #, all forced.
Very easy Susan! 1.Qh6+ K:h6 2.Bf8+ Kh5 3.f4+ K:h4 4.Kg2#
1.Qh6+!! Kxh6 2.Bf8+ Kh5 3.f4+ Kxh4 4.Kg2#
Dual solutions; mate in 4 and mate in 6. Shouldn't these have only one solution?
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