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## Comments

12if 1. ... Ka1 2. Kb3 Ka2 3. Qf1#.

Composition #2: 1. Qf5 Kh4 2. Nd3 Kg3 3. Qf4#

Composition #3: 1. d8=B if Ke8 2. Rf5 Kxd8 3. Rf8#

if 2. ... Kf8 2. Ke6 Ke8 3. Rg8#

Composition #4: Could only get it in 4 moves.

Composition #5: 1.e8=Q+ Kf6 2.Qg7+ Kf5 3.Qee5#

Kb4 Ka1 or Kb1 2-Kb3 Ka1 or Kb1 3 Qf1 mat

Dear Pablo, number 5 is a mate in three problem, check out Mr. Shadowleaf04's solution:

Problem # 5 1.Qd6! Ke8 2. Qe5! Kf7 3. e=Q!#

Problem # 5 1.Qd6! Ke8 2. Qe5! Kf7 3. e=Q!#

Sorry but with

1. Qd6

I see no mate in three after

1. ... - Ke8

Even after

1. e8=N+

there's no mate in three after

1. ... - Kg6

Is this really a mate-in-three problem? :S

Thanx!

1. Qc5! is the key-move. A possible line would be 1. Qc5! Ke8 2. Qe5 Kf7 3. e8=Q#

Problem # 5

1. Qd6! is the key-move. One line 1. Qd6! Kg8 2. e8Q Kh7 3.Qg6#

Also, in Problem # 3, another key-move is 1. Rg4! A possible line is 1. Rg4! Kf8 2. d8=N! Ke8 3. Rg8#. Another possibility is 1. Rg4! Kf8 2. d8Q+ Kf7 3. Qe7#

Hello Artak, you got the first move correct in all 5 problems! Good job, show the entire variation next time.

Hello Shadowleaf04, you got the first 3 problems totally correctly! Congratulations ! Try getting the other 2

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