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Bb6 check, kxb6, c8=N check, ka5, b4 check
Bb6 check, kxb6, c8=n check, ka5, b4 check
1 Bb6+ KxB[ if 1 ... Ka8, 2 c8=R#]2 c8=N+ Ka53 b4#
Bb6+ Kxb6c7-c8=K mateBb6+ Ka8c7-c8=R mate
1 Bb6+ Kb6 (Ka8 2 c8Q#) 2 c8N+ Ka5 3 b4#
My first thought 1.c8=N+ turned out to be wrong.THEN i became wise.1.Bb6+ Kxb6(1.... Ka8 2.c8=Q#)2.c8=N+ Ka53.b4#Mate by P is most humiliating.
1. Bb6+if 1... Kxb62. Pc8 = N+ . Ka53. Pb4#if 1... Ka82. Pc8 = Q#
About 10 seconds... Bb6+ Kxb6c8(Knight)+ Ka5b4#Patrick.
1.Bb6 check.If 1..Ka8,Pawn to c8 = Q or R is mate.If.1..Kxb6 , 2.Pawn to c8 = N check.2..Ka5(only move)and 3.Pawn to b4 mate.So , it is mate in three.
Didn't see the Ka5 move ... so here's a better line:Bb6+ Kxb6c7-c8=N+ Ka5b4# mate
Nice! 1. Bb6+ Kxb6 (Ka8 c8Q#) 2. c8N+ Ka5 3b4#Happy Sunday to Susan and everybody
I instantly realize that it should be an under promotion to knight, but not with king on a7. With king on b6 it's much stronger, leading to Ka5 b4#. Therefore a magnetic bishop sack first to make this happen:1. Bb6+ Kxb62. c8=N+ Ka53. b4#Easy mate in 3 moves.
This was a nice one :)1. Bb6 Kxb6 (...Ka8 2. c8(Q or R)#)2. c8N+ Ka53. b4#
bishop ch knight ch pawn ch mate
Bb6 Kxb6,c7c8=N+ Ka5,b4#
Beautiful mate with a knight promotion:Bb6+ Kxb6 c8=N+ Ka5 b4#
Mate in 3, sacrifice bishop in b6 whith check and c8=knight check, mate witch b4. If 1 ka8 c8=queen and easy mate.
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