Letter #31 - 2006
Mate with two Knights
12/08/2006 11:25:11 PM MST
In your mail (letter #8, 2005) you state that it is not possible to make a checkmate with a King and two Knights.
Is that a fact? I've always believed that in Chess everything is possible and a mate could be achieved.
Our answer is still the same:
“A combination of a King and two Knights alone cannot force a
Of course, the lonely King can go into a corner and let himself be checkmated as shown in the diagram on
letter #8, 2005.
is a way of practicing this situation.
You play white and move first. You may try to checkmate the computer but be warned... this will never happen!
Thank you for