99% Players CAN’T Solve This Chess Puzzle! | Will You Take This Difficult Chess Challenge?

Can you solve this hardest chess puzzle of all time? This Chess challenge tests your skills in putting your opponent in zugzwang position. 99% players can’t solve this chess puzzle because they simply give up looking at white’s 3 extra passed pawns. I hope you are in the remaining 1% of the players who can keep their head calm even in the most difficult situations. Let me know in the comments box if you do find the answer to this difficult chess puzzle. Also, if you want to involve in any kind of chess talk with me in order to get any kind of guidance, then do not hesitate to reach out to me.

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13 Comments

  1. Instead of capturing the knight, black can play Rook takes h2 check, if king takes h2, Queen h4 check then king g1 and knight to e2 is a checkmate.

  2. Black can draw the game threefold positions

  3. Black can win but this is not what we call "easily" ๐Ÿ˜‚

  4. Black can win easily as stated…theexaminer you don't know that is your problem

  5. puzzle Nf3 forced the pawn to take, because next rxh2#, when pawn take, Qh4 followed by Qxh2#

  6. Thats why, never traade queens unless its forced

  7. 1)… Rh2+, 2) if Kg1 then Nde2+, 3)) K x Rh2, Qh4#

    1)… Rh2+ 2) if K x Rh2, Qh4+, 3) Kg1, Nde2#

  8. dis square or dis square? ๐Ÿ˜…

  9. I want to ask..why is it not three fold perpetual check and DRAW??

  10. The answer is R ร—h2check k ร—nh2Qh4check kg1Ne2#

  11. starts with rook sacrifice by playing Rh7 then king takes the rook happily the we play queen to h4 check then white have only move that king to g1 then we can easily mate him by playing knight to e2 check mate…..but what happen if white doesn't capture the rook and play king to g1 then we play the same move queen to h4 and white plays knight captures d4 then we play rook to h1 check mate……โค๏ธ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ”ฅ

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