Chess Problem : Checkmate In 3 Moves

Chess Problem : Checkmate In 3 Moves

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White :

King: f3

Rock : d5

Knight : e5

Bishop : g5

Pawn: e3

 

Black :

King : f5

Pawn : f4

White step – 1 : rock to d6 ( B d6 )

57a

Black have 3 alternative:

  1. King  x Knight e5 ( K x Nd5)

 

  1. King  x  Bishop  g5 ( K x B g5)

Gb F

  1. Pawn f4 x pawn e3 ( f4 x e3)

Gb M

 

We try to explain one by one

  1. King x Knight e5 ( K x Nd5)

57b

Step-2 white : Bishop f4 ( B f4 )

57c

Step-2  black : King f5 (K f5)

57d

Step-3 white : pawn e3 – e4 (e3 – e4)

57e

 

  1. King  x  Bishop  g5 ( K x B g5)

57f

Step-2 white :  Knight  f7 ( K f7 )

57g

Step-2  black have 3 alternative:

  1. King f5 ( K f5)

57h

Step – 3 white : pawn e3 – e4 ( e3 – e4 )

57i

  1. King ke h4 ( K h4 )

57j

Step – 3 white :  rock ke h6 ( R h6 )

57j2

  1. King ke h5 (K h5)

57k

Step – 3 white :  rock h6 ( R h6)

57l

 

  1. Pawn f4 x pawn e3 ( f4 x e3)

57m

Step – 2 white : Knight ke f7 ( N f7 )

57n

Step-2  black : pawn e3 – e2 (e3 – e2)

57o

Step – 3 white : rock ke f6 (R f6)

57p

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