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 Post subject: Mate In One Chess Puzzles
PostPosted: Mon Jul 19, 2010 2:09 pm 
Hey guys, I found a chess puzzle site you guys might enjoy: http://mateinone.com/.
Have fun :D


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 Post subject: Re: Mate In One Chess Puzzles
PostPosted: Mon Jul 19, 2010 5:14 pm 
Hello. I visited this new (to me) site and enjoyed the puzzles. I found the following statement in the site:
"I'm sure that all puzzles are valid. But if you're 100% certain that a puzzle isn't valid, or if you find any bugs, please e-mail me at admin@mateinone.com. "

I tried to mail my observations, but my mail bounched. So I attach the text here in hope it reaches the admin somehow...

"Hello there,

Seems like we share a same hobby! I also collect mates-in-one and #2 and like to interactively show them. Please visit my site:
http://www.mrmip.net/mipsofacto/index.htm

On your nice set I have a few observations:

#25,#26 and #27 were too difficult for me - no solution. How do you see the intended solution ?
#10 and #32 appear to be the same problem. Likewise #11 and #24.
I do not think that the solution to #13 is strictly correct. You cannot prove that d7-d5 was necessarily black's last move.

Best regards
mrmip "


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