Posts Tagged ‘mate in 6’

#Chess Position Worth Sharing 109

December 30, 2018

White to move and mate in 6. (Gad RechlisSergei Lobanov, FIDE World Rapid Championship, St Petersburg, 12/28/2018)

White to move and mate in 6. (Gad Rechlis – Sergei Lobanov, FIDE World Rapid Championship, St Petersburg, 12/28/2018)

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#Chess Position Worth Sharing 108

December 29, 2018

GM Dmitry Andreiken plays the most beautiful game ending combination of 2018 right before the new year starts! Can you spot black’s brilliant continuation?

Black to move and mate in 6! (GM Peter SvidlerGM Dmitry Andreikin, FIDE World Rapid Championship, St Petersburg, 12/27/2018)

Black to move and mate in 6! (GM Peter Svidler – GM Dmitry Andreikin, FIDE World Rapid Championship, St Petersburg, 12/27/2018)

#Chess Puzzle Worth Sharing 25

March 9, 2017

Black to play and mate in 6 moves.

Lajos Portisch – Susan Polgar, Budapest 1991

#Chess Puzzle Worth Sharing 21

March 1, 2017

What is black’s crushing move that leads to mate?

Black to move and mate in 6

Puzzle Worthy Position 13

April 25, 2016

“The best feeling is to win by knockout.” – Nonito Donaire 

Can you spot the knockout for white in this position?

White to move and mate in 6!


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