A great puzzle from Mendeleev
A beautiful but a bit hard problem from Dmitrij Mendeleev from juny 4th, 1889.
White mates in two.
Find the solution here.
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Dmitriy Ivanovich Mendeleev (1834-1907) is best known for devising the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements.
He loved to play chess, among other games, and correspondence chess too. A beautiful but hard chess problem follows from him from July 4, 1889, white mates in two:
1Rr1N3/3p2PK/8/8 w - - 0 1
White mates in two!
wrote this notice on Sep 16, 2005:|
given how the puzzle was constructed -- it's the only solution. 'nuff said.
Andras Galos wrote this notice on Sep 16, 2005:
Assume? Proove it. That's the big deal.
wrote this notice on Sep 16, 2005:
big deal. assume that black's last move was ...e5, which then allows white to capture en passant.
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