1. Subscribertalzamir
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    03 Oct '11 10:42
    From the starting position black puts white in checkmate in three moves. Using the same piece each time. How?

    How to make a double check where the piece that you moved doesn't threaten the opponent's king?
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    03 Oct '11 11:27
    do you mean the same piece moves every time?
    en passant
  3. Subscribertalzamir
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    03 Oct '11 11:33
    The hapless white is losing so he is allowed to move different pieces, but yes, black moves the same piece each time.. and indeed, en passant is what I was going for.
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    03 Oct '11 12:28
    Originally posted by talzamir
    From the starting position black puts white in checkmate in three moves. Using the same piece each time. How?

    How to make a double check where the piece that you moved doesn't threaten the opponent's king?
    Reveal Hidden Content
    1. e3 Nc6 2. g3 Ne5 3. Ne2 Nf3#


    Nice little problem.
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