A beautiful chess puzzle (1895) composed by Emanuel Lasker. White is winning.
This position in Forsyth-Edwards Notation (FEN) is : 5r1k/5B2/4KpQp/5Pb1/8/8/2p5/8 w – – 0 0
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nice and simple one😀😁😀😁
Solved in 30 secs!!
first time that I solved puzzle on your channel, in about half minut 😃
This one is definitely simpler, mostly because of the very small number of moves available!
better black move h4, not c1 , and his king still can move, and mate 😀
Not a best puzzle I can solve that
What a superb puzzle! Thanks for picking such amazing puzzles to show us, Suren!
it felt really good when I managed to solve the puzzle.
Bg8^Kf7 and ^fg^g7^g8Qand over
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It would have been better to promote to a Bishop. It would have been funny and beautiful.😂😂😂 But in all seriousness this is a great puzzle and the queen is the only way to truly go here m
King to e7
I solved it 😀
Très joli, bravo. Bien à vous
I love it! It is over 120 years old but still going strong.
Good chess puzzles are like a good comedy routine or classic Quimby "Tom and Jerry"