### ibark no. 1

Black to move, mate in 7 moves.

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Difficulty: 1 [2] 3 4 5

Black to move, mate in 7 moves.

Black to move, mate in 7 moves.

Good day,

Let's see

1... f5-f4+

[FEN "3r4/p5kp/5bp1/1p1n1p2/8/1P3PKP/P2N3P/5B1R b - - 0 0"]

1... f4+ 2. Kf2 (2.

Kg4 h5# ) (2. Kg2 Ne3+ 3. Kg1 Bh4 4. Be2 Rxd2 5. a3 Rxe2 6. a4 Bf2#) 2... Bh4+ 3. Kg1 (3. Kg2 Ne3+ 4. Kg1 Rxd2 5. Be2 Rxe2 6. a3 Bf2#) 3... Ne3 4. Ne4 Rd1 5. Nd2 Rxd2 6. Be2 Rxe2 7. a3 Bf2# 0-1

Good day.

Let's see

1... f5-f4+

[FEN "3r4/p5kp/5bp1/1p1n1p2/8/1P3PKP/P2N3P/5B1R b - - 0 0"]

1... f4+ 2. Kf2 (2.

Kg4 h5# ) (2. Kg2 Ne3+ 3. Kg1 Bh4 4. Be2 Rxd2 5. a3 Rxe2 6. a4 Bf2#) 2... Bh4+ 3. Kg1 (3. Kg2 Ne3+ 4. Kg1 Rxd2 5. Be2 Rxe2 6. a3 Bf2#) 3... Ne3 4. Ne4 Rd1 5. Nd2 Rxd2 6. Be2 Rxe2 7. a3 Bf2# 0-1

Good day.

Solution:

xabichess is correct - well played! An interesting analysis with white trying hard to utilise his knight and bishop as blocking pieces but alas to no great avail.

Mate can be achieved in 7 moves, with the move order as follows:

1... f4+ 2. Kf2 Bh4+ 3. Kg1 Ne3 4. Ne4 Rd1 5. Ng3 Bxg3 6. hxg3 fxg3 7. h4 Rxf1#

Hope you enjoyed this. I'll post another in a week or so.

Cheers,

ibark

xabichess is correct - well played! An interesting analysis with white trying hard to utilise his knight and bishop as blocking pieces but alas to no great avail.

Mate can be achieved in 7 moves, with the move order as follows:

1... f4+ 2. Kf2 Bh4+ 3. Kg1 Ne3 4. Ne4 Rd1 5. Ng3 Bxg3 6. hxg3 fxg3 7. h4 Rxf1#

Hope you enjoyed this. I'll post another in a week or so.

Cheers,

ibark

ibark wrote:Difficulty: 1 [2] 3 4 5

Black to move, mate in 7 moves.

xabichess wrote:Good day,

Let's see

1... f5-f4+

[FEN "3r4/p5kp/5bp1/1p1n1p2/8/1P3PKP/P2N3P/5B1R b - - 0 0"]

1... f4+ 2. Kf2 (2.

Kg4 h5# ) (2. Kg2 Ne3+ 3. Kg1 Bh4 4. Be2 Rxd2 5. a3 Rxe2 6. a4 Bf2#) 2... Bh4+ 3. Kg1 (3. Kg2 Ne3+ 4. Kg1 Rxd2 5. Be2 Rxe2 6. a3 Bf2#) 3... Ne3 4. Ne4 Rd1 5. Nd2 Rxd2 6. Be2 Rxe2 7. a3 Bf2# 0-1

Good day.

ibark wrote:Solution:

xabichess is correct - well played! An interesting analysis with white trying hard to utilise his knight and bishop as blocking pieces but alas to no great avail.

Mate can be achieved in 7 moves, with the move order as follows:

1... f4+ 2. Kf2 Bh4+ 3. Kg1 Ne3 4. Ne4 Rd1 5. Ng3 Bxg3 6. hxg3 fxg3 7. h4 Rxf1#

Hope you enjoyed this. I'll post another in a week or so.

Cheers,

ibark

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