### Knight#12

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KnightAttack

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White to Move,Find the win moves...

Solution will be posted after a week,

All are invited to solve this puzzle..

Thanks,

KnightAttack

Solution will be posted after a week,

All are invited to solve this puzzle..

Thanks,

KnightAttack

If you don't like something change it; if you can't change it, change the way you think about it..Learn to smile at every situation..See it as an opportunity to prove your strength and ability...Live Hard Live Your Dream

KnightAttack

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Pretty simple, but i like your puzzlez.

1. Rd8+!! Rxd8 [1..Bxd8 2. Qe8#] 2. Qxb7 +--

Are there any prizes for this?

1. Rd8+!! Rxd8 [1..Bxd8 2. Qe8#] 2. Qxb7 +--

Are there any prizes for this?

oooh .. it is very nice

1.Rd8+

if black play 1. .. Bxd8 2. Qe8++ mate

if black play 1. ... Rxd8 2. QxQ and white wins

very nice thanks for this puzzle (knight#12)

1.Rd8+

if black play 1. .. Bxd8 2. Qe8++ mate

if black play 1. ... Rxd8 2. QxQ and white wins

very nice thanks for this puzzle (knight#12)

i means thanks knight attack

the answer is rd8+

Solution: 1. Rd8+ Bxd8 2. Qe8++ (1...Rxd8 2.Qxb7 +-)

Good day,

Seems like a pretty nice example of trapped king to me.

Here it goes:

We need to see that the only piece protecting the queen is the black rook on b8 and that the black king is trapped in back rank mate due to the white knight covering g7 square. Thus a direct attack on d8 forcing rook move should be enough to win the black queen.

[FEN "1r4k1/1q3p1p/1bQ3p1/p3pN2/2p1P3/P4P2/1P4PP/K2R4 w - - 0 0"]

1. Rd8+ {Double threating mate in Qe8 if Bishop takes the rook and threating the queen on b7 if rooks takes the rook.} Rxd8 (1...Bxd8 2. Qe8#) 2. Qxb7 gxf5 3. Qxb6 1-0

If bishop takes the king attacking rook queen will just mate in e8 square.

Regards Xabier.

Seems like a pretty nice example of trapped king to me.

Here it goes:

We need to see that the only piece protecting the queen is the black rook on b8 and that the black king is trapped in back rank mate due to the white knight covering g7 square. Thus a direct attack on d8 forcing rook move should be enough to win the black queen.

[FEN "1r4k1/1q3p1p/1bQ3p1/p3pN2/2p1P3/P4P2/1P4PP/K2R4 w - - 0 0"]

1. Rd8+ {Double threating mate in Qe8 if Bishop takes the rook and threating the queen on b7 if rooks takes the rook.} Rxd8 (1...Bxd8 2. Qe8#) 2. Qxb7 gxf5 3. Qxb6 1-0

If bishop takes the king attacking rook queen will just mate in e8 square.

Regards Xabier.

Re7 is the next move

NO PLEASE,I HAVE NO IDEA HOW TO SOLVE THIS ONE..PLEASE HELP ,ITS NOT CLEAR....

Thanks to All....

Answer:-

1. Rd8![1...Bd8 2. Qe8# ]

1. Rd8 [Rd8 Qb7 +-]

1:0

Thanks,

KnightAttack

Answer:-

1. Rd8![1...Bd8 2. Qe8# ]

1. Rd8 [Rd8 Qb7 +-]

1:0

Thanks,

KnightAttack

If you don't like something change it; if you can't change it, change the way you think about it..Learn to smile at every situation..See it as an opportunity to prove your strength and ability...Live Hard Live Your Dream

KnightAttack

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