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Questions relating to checkmating.

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The question pretty much sums up what I want to know. There is nothing else to add here.
asked Jan 2 by Rewan Demontay
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1"] If Black moves their rook to prevent against Qxf8 checkmate and create an escape route for the king: [FEN "r1b2r1k/pppp1p1p/2n4Q/8/q7/2PB1P2/P1P3PP/R4RK1 b - - 0 1"] 1... Re8 Qxh7# Black … will get checkmated. This is checkmate because the White queen attacks all of the Black king’s sqaures, and it is protected, so the Black king can’t take, and no other Black units can take it. If Black …
answered Sep 5 by Rewan Demontay
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Well, your queen is pinned in front of king by an enemy rook? I can show you a few examples to show when you can and cannot move your pinned queen to deliver checkmate. In this scenario, the pinned … white queen cannot checkmate the black king by moving either to a4 or g4, as that would expose it’s own king to check, an illegal move. However, it can capture the black rook while still being pinned …
answered Apr 28 by Rewan Demontay
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Because just link answers do not work so well, as they may die, I have decided to put the answers linked in another answer into the CSE chess replayer for everyone’s convienence, and to have a complet …
answered Mar 31 by Rewan Demontay
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Just something I randomly came up with. Sorry if it is a duplicate.
asked Feb 24 by Rewan Demontay
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If you consider chess variations, then you can get a mutual zugzwang. I decided to this on a 8*5, as it is the closest you can get to real chess with a mutual zugzwang. It only takes 4 moves as well! …
answered Apr 10 by Rewan Demontay
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+ Rf8 25. Qxg7 Rf7 26. Qg8+ Rf8 27. Nf6# 1-0 It may not strike you right away, but the knight that is administering checkmate to the black king cannot be taken by three different pieces, because all …
answered May 15 by Rewan Demontay
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Yes, I am well aware that Fool's Mate exists. But how many other possible two move checkmates exist in chess?
asked Dec 31 '18 by Rewan Demontay
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Krabbe’s site (Journal Entry 334) states that there are 3 kinds of forced checkmate positions: legal, with promotions, legal, with no promotions, and illegal. The position here is with promotions of … take a look!: https://timkr.home.xs4all.nl/chess2/diary_17.htm (I’m combining both of my answers.) Here’s a simple position in which black is forced to checkmate White, for a simple demonstration is …
answered Mar 25 by Rewan Demontay
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I believe that that is called “Anatasia Mate,” according to this Wikipedia page: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Checkmate_pattern. Here is an image of an Anatasia checkmate: And here is an image … of the checkmate in your game: Even though White king has an extra pawn by him, your checkmate is still pretty much an “Anatasia’s Mate.” …
answered Apr 19 by Rewan Demontay
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UPDATE #2: Now I have discovered a case of 16 ply for a sequence of only one legal moves that results in checkmate! It can be found here in a PDF of Feenschach, the 1980 edition. Enjoy! [Title …
answered Apr 6 by Rewan Demontay
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mechanic to produce a battering ram. Said ram smashes into a Black piece with checkmate However, the unfortunate thing is that, despite it being a fun problem, the problem, the position is illegal. Thus, I …
answered May 24 by Rewan Demontay
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is not my work. This is a game provided in a link given by a Lichess user named ubdip here in the lichess forums Most of the rest of it is work for the fastest possible en passant checkmate. …
answered Apr 27 by Rewan Demontay
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I was going over an old Lichess game of mine, when I realized that I had played out the final mating position in a few other games before, as seen below. [FEN "5rk1/p4pp1/1p5p/2p4Q/2P3R1/P4q2/6RP/4r2 …
asked Jul 30 by Rewan Demontay
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the pawn can promote to a rook or queen in either case to produce an abnormal double check. [FEN "4b3/2RPk3/8/4K3/8/8/8/8 w KQkq - 0 1"] For fun, here's the fastest possible double checkmate via promotions. [FEN "rnbqkbnr/pppppppp/8/8/8/8/PPPPPPPP/RNBQKBNR w KQkq - 0 1"] …
answered Aug 9 by Rewan Demontay

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