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Kieran Child (2007-05-27 10:14:02)
ChessPosition (see diagram) Got a concept and whipped this up quickly, it's deliberately not mate, to prevent fritz being able to find the solution. White to play and enforce happiness in 6.
Maurie Cain (2007-06-18 01:39:46)
Mate in one.
Thibault de Vassal (2007-06-18 05:44:13)
Qf6# works too. Quite strange problem !? :)
Kieran Child (2007-06-18 12:56:23)
And Rf6#, but my challenge wasn't to checkmate in 1, it was to enforce happiness in 6. Those sleazy mates please nobody (and nothing, hint hint)
Thibault de Vassal (2007-06-19 19:27:17)
Mate in 6
Interesting :) .. let's try (looks like so easy that I may have not understood yet) !
1.Rxe4 bxa6 2.Qh8 a5 3.Qa1 a4 4.b4 a3 5.Qh8 a2 6.Qf6#
Kieran Child (2007-06-20 10:22:09)
Unfortunately, you won't get it by staying in the house of familiarity. I will answer enigmatically to your attempt like I always do with this puzzle: That is checkmate, not an enforcement of happiness. If you played that checkmate 1,000 times in numerous situations, it would not enforce happiness on every occasion. The solution, on the other hand, would.
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