I like chess puzzles and if you are like me you know that “mate in 3” can have only a limited number of solutions and usually can be solved within, say, 10 to 15 minutes (master level players will of course be much faster). However, the following puzzle turned out to be much more tricky, at least to me (I am only a club level player). Before going on, give it a try:
Black to move and mate in 3 moves:
“the eminent chess player and commenter Susan Polgar posted on her blog the following:
Black to move and checkmate in 3. Please no computer analysis. This is a very cool checkmate. Try to find it for yourself.
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