# Hard chess puzzle, Mate in 2 moves !

Puzzle with an out of the box solution. Mate in 2 moves!
0:00 The Puzzle
0:37 1st analysis
1:22 2nd analysis

1. @chessgrandmasters says:

It is wrong if Rook come to F5 then how can mate in 2

2. Wael Abdel Rahman says:

Good one !

3. ShanerM000 says:

Granted it is a mate in two, after exd4 in response to qb8, qe8 is winning. the only response by black is be7, but then qxe7#

4. Carl Ovenschotel says:

Qe4, I wouldn't have seen that one in a million years.

5. Jack Sainthill says:

Not that hard.

6. MHGinTN says:

Go back to Chess school. Q-B8 is followed by Q x P on E5

7. MHGinTN says:

The puzzler also missed the mate at  E7 instead of D7 if PxD4 …

8. MHGinTN says:

I White plays Q-b7 and Black plays Q-f8, Q-d7 is mate. Black cannot stop mate if Q-b7 … make the puzzle more complex by making it Black to move to prevent mate in two!

9. MHGinTN says:

And I missed the Bishop on a3, so there is no mate at e7 … :^)

10. Haohui Yin says:

Qb8 is the answer because after Rf8, Qxe5#

11. Haohui Yin says:

the solution given is a mate in 3, Rf5!!

12. Officer Choi says:

it's not even a checkmate. if i were black and you move your Queen to Q-e4. I will move my Rook to R-f5. What will be your next move to checkmate it?

13. YO U says:

thesolution is not right because the rook can move to protect the pawn and make room for the king if queen takes either pawn

14. John Ryan Diaz says:

Qe4

15. John Angelo Sustiguer says:

bro u can take the pawn on e5# before q-b8

16. Jivvi says:

Qxe5 doesn't work if the rook moves "anywhere". If Black plays Rf5, White needs to play Qxf5#.