Chess tactics/mates

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 This one takes advantage of the full attacking range of Queen and position of opponent's King on limits of the board is irrelevant, only note King's "shoulder pads" block left/right upper diagonal squares on this variation. Chess Tactics, Left And Right, Shoulder Pads, Squares, Positivity, Range, Note, Queen, Board

Shoulder pads mate variation. This one takes advantage of the full attacking range of Queen and position of opponent's King on limits of the board is irrelevant, only note King's "shoulder pads" block left/right upper diagonal squares on this variation.

Who says Knight/ Rook mate need opponent's King to be pushed to a corner of the board first, when you got your King throughout the whole game and a pawn from your opponent. Chess Tactics, Rook, Knight, You Got This, Corner, Game, Sayings, Board, Life

Who says Knight/ Rook mate need opponent's King to be pushed to a corner of the board first, when you got your King throughout the whole game and a pawn from your opponent.

K x N (first sacrifice). Then is only move for King. Then (second sacrifice) threat is so bishop is forced to take rook but again If to prevent Chess Tactics, Rook, 1, Game, Black King, Crowns, Squares, Check, Life

K x N (first sacrifice). Then g3+, Kf3 is only move for King. Then Re1 (second sacrifice) threat is Re3# so bishop is forced to take rook but again Re1. If f5 to prevent Re3#, Qg6.

K x N (first sacrifice). Then is only move for King. Then (second sacrifice) threat is so bishop is forced to take rook but again If to prevent Chess Tactics, Rook, 1, Game, Black King, Crowns, Squares, Check, Life

Any other black defense than Nc6 loses game. Game after N x pawn, Bh3+ , Rook has to sacrifice because Kb8 leads to Rd8# (mate). Instead of taking rook with bishop, taking with rook, again sets the scenario for mate in 6 moves if black King doesn't prevent from discovered check by Bh3 which starts the mate in 5

Mate threat on For either possible defense or still forcing mate after e pawn takes back queen or rook. Chess Tactics, Take Back, Rook, Queen

Mate threat on Nd3. For either possible defense Re3 or Qe3, still Nd3 forcing mate after e pawn takes back queen or rook.

K x N (first sacrifice). Then is only move for King. Then (second sacrifice) threat is so bishop is forced to take rook but again If to prevent Chess Tactics, Rook, 1, Game, Black King, Crowns, Squares, Check, Life

Pawn protected by rook and same pawn protecting another rook that mates as squares left are covered by the Bishop

K x N (first sacrifice). Then is only move for King. Then (second sacrifice) threat is so bishop is forced to take rook but again If to prevent Chess Tactics, Rook, 1, Game, Black King, Crowns, Squares, Check, Life

Pawn advance for a game win blocking Qg4, so that Qe7# and if Kd8, e6xNe7, pawn crowns if K retrieves to e8 then Qd4 threatening mates at Qd8 and Qf2

K x N (first sacrifice). Then is only move for King. Then (second sacrifice) threat is so bishop is forced to take rook but again If to prevent Chess Tactics, Rook, 1, Game, Black King, Crowns, Squares, Check, Life

After B x N+, Black resigns as N x B leads to QxQ#. Game followed by 1. Q x B, R x Q. 2.N x R, but with same Qd8#

K x N (first sacrifice). Then is only move for King. Then (second sacrifice) threat is so bishop is forced to take rook but again If to prevent Chess Tactics, Rook, 1, Game, Black King, Crowns, Squares, Check, Life

Rc3 threatening Rh3#, Rf8, Rh3+, Kg8, Ne6. Can't defend mate Rxg7# with Rf7 because of Re8 Mate in 2

Qf4 Threatening R x Nf6 followed by Mate in 2 ( Qf5) if g6 x R Chess Tactics, Periodic Table, Periodic Table Chart, Periotic Table

Qf4 Threatening R x Nf6 followed by Mate in 2 ( Qf5) if g6 x R