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5 Hardest Mate-in-3 Ever E-mail
Written by Yury Markushin   
Monday, 25 August 2014 00:00

hardest mate in 3 everWe have recently published the 5 Hardest Mate-in-2 Ever, this problem set is a continuation of that series. Since some of the solvers were complaining that the mates-in-2 were to easy we decided to increase a difficulty level by a bit and compiled a list of these 5 great compositions.

Give your brain a workout, give it a try!

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Problem 1: E. Berg, "Hackney Mercury", 1899

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White to move and mate in 3

Problem 2: A. Galitskiy, "Chess Journal", 1900

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White to move and mate in 3

Problem 3: E. Berg, "Hackney Mercury", 1899

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White to move and mate in 3

Problem 4: V. Golgauzen, "Deutsche Schachblatter", 1903

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White to move and mate in 3

Problem 5: Y. Kupme, "Casopis Ceskych sachistu", 1916

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White to move and mate in 3

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Last Updated on Monday, 25 August 2014 08:37
 

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-1 #9 Chetan 2015-02-05 10:53
Problem no.4 is not a mate in 3...its a mate in 4
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0 #8 Eduardo 2014-11-08 17:54
3. 1.Be3 Bxg3 2.Bg5 Bd6 3.g4#
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+2 #7 momoz 2014-09-28 03:22
SOLVE I Qg7 Kd6 Nb5+ Kc5 Qc7#
SOLVE 2 Bf6 gxf6 Kf8 f5 Nf7#
SOLVE 3 ... CAN'T SEE IT
SOLVE 4 Rh1 Kxd4 Re1 Kc4 Re4#
SOLVE 5 Qf7 Kc5 d6+ Kb4 Qb3#
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0 #6 khadija 2014-09-07 04:07
i love chess
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-2 #5 Arnulfo 2014-09-02 08:23
pROBLEM #1.
1. Qd5+ Kb6(2...Ka5 3.Qb5#)
2. Qd7 Kc5 if 2...Ka6 3. Nd5 Ka5 then, 4. Qb5#
3. Qc7
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0 #4 James 2014-08-26 15:46
wow that is harder than mate in 2!
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0 #3 Edrich 2014-08-26 01:31
Problem 3:
1. Be3
1.1 if Bxg3. . 2. Bg5. . what ever Black move. mate in g4
1.2 if Bd2/Bf2. . 2. g4+. . Kh4. . 3.Bf2#
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+3 #2 Edrich 2014-08-26 01:24
Problem 2: easy
1. Bf6. . gxBf6
2. Kf8. . f5
3. Nf7#
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0 #1 silverose 2014-08-25 10:20
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