-- Bringing you updated, timely, fair, and objective chess daily news and information from around the globe --
1.Q/Bg6+!.hxg6.2.B/Qxg6+.Ke73.Nef5+!.Nxf54.Nxf5#Also possible is3.Ngf5+!.e/Nxf54.Nexf5#Harry
Cannot resist drama of a Queen sacrifice !1. Qg6+ hxg62. Bxg6+ Ke73. Nef5+ Nxf54. Nxf5#
Waw! Forced mate.1. Qg6+ hxg62. Bxg6+ Ke73. Ngf5+ Nxf54. Nxf5#
1 Bg6+ or Qg6+ followed by2 Nef5+ (if Ke7)2 Bxg6 or Qg6 (if hg6)3 Nef5+
Bg6+ followed by Nf5+ does the trick.
Bg6+ xg6Qxg6+ Ke7Then E knight checks++ with support from G knight
Bg6, followed by Nf5?
1. Bg6+ followed by Ne3-f5 Phil Innes
1.Bg6+ hxg62.Qxg6+ Ke73.Nef5+ Nxf54.Nxf5#If you want to play to the gallery you should play 1.Qg6+
Qg6!.......hgNf6! and mate soon...
1. Bg6+!I actually saw this move before memorizing that I saw this puzzle before (only the solution move made me remember it).1. ... hxg6 (Ke7 was the same only one move shorter)2. Qxg6+ Ke73. Nf5#Cute mate in 3.
Q g6 check, p x q, b x g6 check, k d7, nf5 ch mate
Dear pht,Perhaps the earlier puzzle you have mentioned did not have black N at d4 and white N at g3.
Prof.S.G.Bath:Perhaps you are right about the earlier puzzle I saw, at least I was too quick when I recognized the first move here:-)So it's a cute mate in 4.
Post a Comment