Posts Tagged ‘mate in 4’

#Chess Puzzle Worth Sharing 67

September 7, 2017

Black to move and mate in 4.

Black to move and mate in 4.

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#Chess Puzzle Worth Sharing 54

August 4, 2017

Tonight I share another tricky position from my summer camp lesson on endgames.

White to move and mate in 4.

Mate in 4 (Jansen – De Greef, Dieren 1990)

#Chess Puzzle Worth Sharing 49

July 30, 2017

White to move and mate in 4.

White to move and mate in 4.

#Chess Puzzle Worth Sharing 29

March 25, 2017

White to play and mate in four moves.

Mate in 4

#Chess Puzzle Worth Sharing 26

March 10, 2017

White to play and mate in 4 moves.

Alekhine – Amateur, Vienna 1936

#Chess Puzzle Worth Sharing 8

February 7, 2017

Black to move and mate in 4.

Oudheusden – De Vries, Amsterdam 1934

#Chess Puzzle Worth Sharing 4

January 29, 2017

White to move and mate in 4!

Nielsen vs Ottosen, 1941

#Chess Puzzle Worth Sharing

January 26, 2017

Black to move and mate in 4

Black to move and mate in 4.

Puzzle Worthy Position 25

May 31, 2016

Target practice!

Black to move and mate in four .

Emory Tate’s Magnificent Mate in 4

September 3, 2015

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Below is the conclusion to a chess game from International Master Emory Tate’s simultaneous exhibition at the Fremont Summer Chess Camp played on 7/21/2015. For the previous moves, please refer to “Mate in 4 Challenge from Emory Tate’s Simultaneous Exhibition at MSJE.”

 

White to move: mate in 4

White to move: mate in 4

Rxc7+

Rxc7+ !

Kxc7

Kxc7

Rc5+

Rc5+ !

Kb7

Kb7

Qd5+

Qd5+ !!

Rxd5

Rxd5

Rc7#

Rc7#


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