Answer to Chess Endgame Puzzle #64

The answer is for black to play Q-a4, check. If white moves his king away, black captures the queen. If white plays KxQ, then black plays N-c5 , mate.

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Chess Endgame Puzzle #64

Here is a chess puzzle where we’re looking for the winning move for black. The answer will appear in my next post. Good luck!

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Answer To Chess Endgame Puzzle #62

The answer is for white to play R-g7.  If black plays R-f5, then R-g8 leads to mate. If black plays R-b8 instead, then R-a7 is checkmate.

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Chess Endgame Puzzle #62

Here is a chess endgame puzzle where we’re looking for the winning move. It’s white to play. The answer will appear in my next post. Good luck!

 

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Answer To Chess Endgame Puzzle #61

The answer is for white to play B-g5. Black can only sacrifice the queen to prolong checkmate. (R-d8)

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Answer To Chess Endgame Puzzle #60

The answer is for black to play R-g5. If white then plays RxR, black recaptures with the pawn and wins. If white plays R-d5 check, black captures the rook and wins. And of course, if after black plays R-g5, white plays Kxh6, black just takes the rook and wins.

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Chess Endgame Puzzle #60

Here is a chess endgame puzzle where we’re looking for the winning move. It’s black to play.  The answer will appear in my next post.

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Answer to Chess Endgame Puzzle #59

The answer is for black to play K-f4. White is forced to play g5. Black then plays K-f5 and white has only one move which is g6 and black checkmates with hxg6.

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Chess Endgame Puzzle #59

Here is a chess endgame puzzle where we’re looking for the winning move. It’s black to play.  The answer will appear in my next post.

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Answer To Chess Endgame Puzzle #58

The answer is for black to play R/b-e8.  After that, white must lose a rook.

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