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Puzzle: find the single line of play which mates in three
Puzzle: can you find Black’s route to a forced win?
Puzzle: can you find the single sequence solution in 10 minutes?
Puzzle: just a single line of play, but you’ll do well to find it in a quarter of an hour
Plus — can you solve this tricky puzzle in 15 minutes?
Puzzle: solve this tricky mate in two
Puzzle: mate in three, just a single line of play, but not easy
Puzzle: find White's winning trick
Puzzle: can you do better than Carlsen?
Plus: in this week’s puzzle — what would you play against the world No 1?
Puzzle: Black to move. White has two queens, and threatens mate in one
Plus solve a simple-looking mate in two that defeats many
Puzzle: find the mate in three that Paul Morphy missed
Stand-off over alleged cheating led to a $100mn lawsuit and polarised opinion among chess fans
Puzzle — find the winning move that would have beaten Carlsen
Puzzle: find the win that Carlsen missed
Puzzle: find Black’s winning move
Puzzle: find White’s winning move
Plus: in this week’s puzzle — it’s simple once you see it . . .
Puzzle: solve the convict’s mate in three
Puzzle — solve this tricky two-mover
Puzzle — find the hidden mate in three
Puzzle: find White’s visually implausible mate in two
Puzzle: can you mate the lone black king in two moves?