Posers and Puzzles

Posers and Puzzles

  1. Joined
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    11 Nov '07 17:35
    http://i11.tinypic.com/6nqm0xt.png
  2. B is for bye bye
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    11 Nov '07 20:19
    I assume black to move and mate in two?
  3. Joined
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    11 Nov '07 20:38
    Originally posted by Gastel
    I assume black to move and mate in two?
    plz give me maximum options in this puzzle
  4. Joined
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    11 Nov '07 20:40
    u want first key move
  5. Standard memberSwissGambit
    Caninus Interruptus
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    11 Nov '07 22:27
    Originally posted by nareen
    http://i11.tinypic.com/6nqm0xt.png
    What's to solve? White is winning comfortably.

    If you want a Mate in X moves, then say it.
  6. Joined
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    12 Nov '07 04:47
    Originally posted by nareen
    http://i11.tinypic.com/6nqm0xt.png
    First Move:White Bd3
  7. Subscriberjoe shmo
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    12 Nov '07 05:491 edit
    Originally posted by nareen
    First Move:White Bd3
  8. Standard memberTheMaster37
    Kupikupopo!
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    12 Nov '07 08:16
    Are we sure this isn't a game in progress?
  9. Standard memberTheMaster37
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    12 Nov '07 09:23
    Silly me.
  10. Berks.
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    12 Nov '07 16:06
    Originally posted by nareen
    First Move:White Bd3
    As has been suggested beforehand you really need to give the stipulation for the problem (there are a couple of very rare ones which can get away without a clear stipulation, but this isn't one of them).

    If I were to give you this one, for example, what is the solution here?



    There is no point giving the first move either, that has a tendency to render the problem pointless as it's very often spotting the unusual move here which makes it difficult.

    A minor point, but it's nice to see a diagram in the thread as well.

    (For anyone who doesn't recognise the above problem, don't spend any time over it without knowing what's required)
  11. Joined
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    12 Nov '07 16:18
    Originally posted by Peakite
    As has been suggested beforehand you really need to give the stipulation for the problem (there are a couple of very rare ones which can get away without a clear stipulation, but this isn't one of them).

    If I were to give you this one, for example, what is the solution here?

    [fen]3K2bn/3p1p1k/3Q1pr1/4p1pq/8/8/8/8[/fen]

    There is no point giving the f ...[text shortened]... recognise the above problem, don't spend any time over it without knowing what's required)
    i dont know how to make fen plz make a diagram of my puzzle and solve this
  12. Joined
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    12 Nov '07 16:19
    im a studend this is my school contest puzzle
  13. Berks.
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    12 Nov '07 16:55
    Originally posted by nareen
    i dont know how to make fen plz make a diagram of my puzzle and solve this
    http://www.chessgames.com/fenhelp.html

    It's perfectly fine on this one. Enclose it within the tags [ fen ] and [ /fen ] (remove the spaces to post here). You can only include one per post.

    There are a few more pieces of information which go after the position, but these are unecessary for posting a problem.


    The comments from myself and others about the stipulation still stand though. It's really essential for anyone trying to solve your problem.
  14. Berks.
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    12 Nov '07 16:57
    Your problem could therefore become:



    White to move and mate in three.


    (to see how I've written the position, hit reply and quote).
  15. Joined
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    12 Nov '07 17:02
    Originally posted by Peakite
    Your problem could therefore become:

    [fen]4N3/5p2/N3kB2/8/6K1/2P5/8/1B6[/fen]

    White to move and mate in three.


    (to see how I've written the position, hit reply and quote).
    thanx bro

    Black has to play now mate in 3

    i want max option
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