WHITE: K-A2; R-G1; Q-E6; BLACK: K-F8; B-G8;White to move. Which move delivers a capture checkmate to Black? Q-g8 Q-e8 R-g8 R-f1 ----------------------------------AdminHi! Veroinva,I have created the diagram for you below. By the way, when you write down chess moves you don't need to put a dash in between. Just write moves like that: Ka2, Rg1, Qe6 etc.White movesThis is very easy. A good player (Black) would have resigned this position long time ago as White has a dramatic material advantage.However, the best move is 1.RxB++ which leads to checkmate immediately.1. After 1.QxB+ the King can escape to e7. (1...Ke7)2. The move 1.Qe8+ is NOT possible because the Queen is pinned by the bishop and cannot move away from the diagonal. This would be an illegal move and against the rules.3. 1.RxB++ is checkmate and the best move.4. If White plays 1.Rf1+ then the King can escape again to g7. (1.Rf1+ Kg7) Please learn Chess Notation here...I hope this helps.
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