Tuesday, June 01, 2010


MATE IN ONE

Here is an interesting puzzle I found in a book (I'll tell you later with the solution).

The question:

Peter was watching his two brothers playing a game of chess. At one point of the game, Peter sketched out exactly what he saw on the board, and his diagram is shown here. The interesting thing is that it was his eldest brother David's move next (he was playing with the white pieces), and he achieved checkmate that move.

What was David's move?

6 comments:

Jimmy Liew said...

Trick position?

n@jd0rf said...

Well, what is your answer, Jimmy?

Tok Wan said...

Kawe jupo doh..sahut cabare demo..hehehe..raso mcm betul doh..
pawn putih tu gi petok a2=Q ## (b2-a2)..yo ko?? hahaha...
-w_mayday-

Tok Wan said...

paka bishop pun buleh tuh
-w_mayday-

n@jd0rf said...

haha.. buke petok a2 la tok we.. petak b8.. papan tu Peter tengok dari arah tepi.. haha.... kan petok kanan bawah tu gelap...

Tok Wan said...

yo dih..b8..

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