# White to move without mating black

hSilva
Posers and Puzzles 26 Sep '06 09:08
1. 26 Sep '06 09:081 edit
Don't think this is too hard to spot, nevertheless, it's an example of what we don't use to do often :-)

2. jfkjmh
nice one
26 Sep '06 09:52
Originally posted by hSilva
Don't think this is too hard to spot, nevertheless, it's an example of what we don't use to do often :-)

[fen]B5KR/1r5B/6R1/2b1p1p1/2P1k1P1/1p2P2p/1P2P2P/3N1N2 w - - 0 1[/fen]
1. Rc6+
Who made up a puzzle like this?
3. BigDoggProblem
Just...the Dogg
26 Sep '06 16:38
Originally posted by jfkjmh
1. Rc6+
Who made up a puzzle like this?
Karl Fabel, if memory serves.
4. 26 Sep '06 17:10
we had that one recently and were wondering, why there are 2 black knights on c8 and e8 in the original version from K. Fabel. obviously they aren't needed ðŸ˜‰
5. 11 Oct '06 11:16
cant white just move his king to not mate black?
6. BigDoggProblem
Just...the Dogg
11 Oct '06 23:08
Originally posted by MikeOldehoff
cant white just move his king to not mate black?
No. White's King can't move.
7. 12 Oct '06 01:23
Originally posted by BigDoggProblem
No. White's King can't move.
haha, didn't see that
8. 28 Oct '06 00:55
Originally posted by hSilva
Don't think this is too hard to spot, nevertheless, it's an example of what we don't use to do often :-)

[fen]B5KR/1r5B/6R1/2b1p1p1/2P1k1P1/1p2P2p/1P2P2P/3N1N2 w - - 0 1[/fen]
tip??
9. mwmiller
RHP Member No.16
28 Oct '06 01:331 edit
Is the white king on g8 or b1 ?
10. Natural Science
blunderer of pawns
28 Oct '06 02:05
Originally posted by drumset04
tip??
Tip: Black's king can't move, so the piece giving check would need to be captured.
11. 28 Oct '06 02:52
Originally posted by Natural Science
Tip: Black's king can't move, so the piece giving check would need to be captured.
i ment tip whites king