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Player: LayZ Style Subject: Puzzle #6
|White to move and win!|
I didn\'t get the solution of the puzzle so I hope that you guys have better luck than me. Enjoy!
|1 cc1422628567||2014-03-31 13:44:49|
looks about right.I like this one.
1.Ne4 Ng6 loses material after
|2 cc1422628567||2014-04-01 07:04:54|
|I should also mention that after|
1.Ne4 Nh5(Preventing Qg7++)
1.Ne4 Nf5(preventing Qg7++)
More to this puzzle than I thought but once you see that if white\'s Knight wasn\'t on g3 white would control the g file it becomes obvious that it\'s time to move the knight.Then it becomes a matter of where to move it to.
|3 dsuttles||2014-04-01 08:14:14|
|The difficult move (first line) presumably was 2 Qh7+?||-|
|4 cc1422628567||2014-04-01 09:32:53|
|It can be because if you miss it you go back to square one.Then it might be an hour or two later that you tell yourself \"maybe I should go back to the beginning.I must have missed something.\"I think most people should be able to find 2.Qh7+ though.Hard to say||-|
|5 LayZ Style||2014-04-01 17:38:11|
|Wow! You\'ve hit on the solution right on the head windmill! To make everything clear for everyone (especially to those who\'re not familiar with the algebraic notation), the solution goes like this.|
The best place for the knight. It will now cooperate pefectly with the queen.
The easiest way: White decoys the king into a mate in two.
However, 2.Rxg8+ should also give mate:
and mate is inevitable.
|6 cc1422628567||2014-04-02 07:56:25|
|Takes a bit longer but the outcome was never in doubt.Thanks Lazy||-|
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