Originally posted by David113So far, these are certain:
Let's try this type of problem: I give you the full solution - key move and all variations, and you try to compose the problem.
Mate in 2.
1.Rh4! Threat: 2.Nb3#.
1...g4 or gxh4 2.Qe3#
Originally posted by ilywrinEDIT:
So far, these are certain:
Black has pawn on g5, Bishop on g6, Knight at e5, and King at c5
White has Rook at d2, Q at h6
Originally posted by ilywrinWhite's position is too strong. If the h4 Rook came from d4, White could have played 1.Nb3#, and if it was from another square, 1.Bg1# works.
Okay here is what I am currently looking at (position after 1.Rh4!)
What I am not sure about is whether the bishop should be on g3 or h2, and where the rook at h4 should be coming from.