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This is a beautiful combination!1. Nf7+ Kh72. Qxh6+ gxh63. Ng5+ (double check) Kh84. Rh7#
1. Nf7+ Kh7 2. Qxh6+! gxh6 3. Ng5+ Kh8 4. Rh7#
1.Nf7+ Kh7 2.Qxh6+ gxh6 3.Ng5+ Kh8 4.Rh7++
Well, I don't see anything better than1. Nf7+ Kh72. Qxh6+ gxh63. Ng5+ Kh84. Rh7 mate The solution kind of jumps out at you it wasn't difficult to find.
Knight to F7
1. Nf7+ Kh72. Qh6+ PxQ 3. Ng5+ Kh84. Rh7++Took a few minutes. A very pretty sequence!
Mate in 4! All moves forced!1.Nf7+!.Kh7.2.Qxh6+!!.Gxh6.3.Ng5++!.Kh8.4.Rh7#!Black's pieces are mute spectators!Harry
Nf7+ Kh7 Qxh6+ gxh6 Ng5+ Kh8 Rh7#
Let us try the following:1. Nf7+ Kh72. Qxh6+ gxh63. Ng5++ Kh84. Rh7#Is this convincing?
1. Nf7+ Kh72. Qh6+ gh3. Ng5+ Kh84. Rh7++
Kf7+, Qxh6+, Kg5+, then Rh7++
Nf7+, followed by the power of the double check and a R+N mate.
Nf7+, by lenslens
Nf7+, Kh7, Qxh6+, etc (lenslens)
1. Nf7+ Kh72. Qh6+ gxh63. Ng5+ Kh84. Rh7#Anup
Nice one:1.Nf7+ Kh7 2.Qxh6+ gxh6 3.Ng5+ Kh8 4.Rh7++
Mate is always the strongest :)1. Nf7+ Kh72. Qxh6+! gxh63. Ng5++ Kh84. Rh7#
Knight to f7+ - King h7Queen takes h6 - g7h6Knight to g5+ - King h8Rook h7 Checkmate
1.Nf7+ Kh72.Qxh6+! gxh63.Ng5+ Kh84.Rh7#
1.Nf7+ Kh72.Qxh6+ gxh63.Ng5++ Kh84.Rh7#
It took me 5 seconds to see the right moves and the mating pattern, but I had to struggle a bit to find the right order of the 2 first moves.1. Nf7+! Kh72. Qxh6+! gxh6To enforce opening of 7th rank was the point here. Note that starting with the Q sack would fail to black escaping with Kg7 on Nf7+, therefore Nf7+ had to be played first.3. Ng5+The double check now does the trick. Black is forced back to h8, and mated.3. ... Kh84. Rh7#
1. Nf7+ Kh7 2. Qxh6+ gxh6 3. Ng5++ Kh8 4. Rh7#
I have seen the profile of both Manish Shrikhande as well as Anant both highly educated and serving in prestigious institutions in India.I also served in an engineering college in Mumbai and taught Finite Engineering Methods for mechanical engineering students, which along with C++ ,I had studied myself without attending any academic course (My M.Tech.in 1967 in mechanical engg did not contain these courses.)Since no FEM package was available I wrote FEM programs in C++ along with graphics tailor made for the problems.I hope Susan will forgive me for using the blog site for conveying this as the blog is meant for pure chess.
1) Nf7+, Kh72) Qxh6+, gh63) Ng5+, Kh84) Rg7 mate- Montu
1) Nf7+, Kh72) Qxh6+, gh63) Ng5+, Kh84) Rg7 mate
1. R-c1, Q-f52. N-f7ch, K-h73. Nxp forks rook and queen
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