A three-mover composition is often called the queen of chess problems. Two-movers are pretty easy to solve for experienced chess players, four and five-movers are too difficult for most players to handle. Therefore a three-mover is the most optimal (difficulty-wise) composition that can include all themes generated during past 150 years, the period of modern chess composition existence.
Today we present to our readers 5 three-movers to solve.
Instructions: In each of these positions White to Move and Mate in 3
Composition #1: K. Hannman (1955)
Composition #2: U. Bonn (1846)
Composition #3: P. Logen (1843)
Composition #4: F. Hilly (1855)
Composition #5: S. Loyd (1856)
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