# NOBODY Can Solve This!

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## 16 Comments

1. @yatiraghuvanshi7753 says:

I Got the first few moves

2. @dry_bones5803 says:

So who solves it

3. @lightknightgames says:

Why isn't it Kg6 on the first move? Or repreating moves for a tie at the start?

4. @zianslife9653 says:

"Grandmasters couldn't solve this… Engines couldn't solve this" but somehow levy, an international master managed to solve this

5. @yuser9744 says:

This is hard

6. @user-vt4ej1sx9x says:

The miss stockfish didn't even told me

7. @tbrennan100 says:

Why would they make knights instead of queens

8. @VeryProfessionalGamer says:

Why would black underpromote to knight??

9. @HaythamAlshamlan says:

white king was on check the whole time by a pawn lol

10. @SSSomeone221 says:

Yeah they couldn't solve this because there are only two moves available only by the king and that knight such an illegal move

11. @TheE_Baron says:

When i was trying this c1=N was a brilliant for a second

12. @ddasd4956 says:

I love how nobody could solve it but levy did

13. @Terminus316 says:

How could they solve it, they couldn’t even imagine it to begin with?!

14. @dop4174 says:

Not trying to be a smart arse but I solved it partly in 15 seconds my checkmate method was bishop c2 check king can only move to 3 squares h8 g8 or g7 if king moves to h8 promote to a queen the king can only move to one square and that’s g7 after queen to f6 the king has to move to g8 bishop to b3 check if knight to e6 just take with bishop and they have to move to h8 queen takes h6 checkmate. But if knight to f7 just with your queen and king to h8 queen to g8 checkmate, when the first check happens with the bishop it’s almost the same process just with a few changes and it’s easy to figure but besides that I think I did well with my mating strategy for someone who just started a week ago. Also keep up the good work. @gothamchess

15. @valeriairanova3502 says:

"Grandmaster couldn't solve this, Engines couldn't even solve this" and a IM/Levy can solve this position????????

16. @TsbMobileGamer says:

When u play bishop c2 then it goes from minus 6 to 1,5 after d8 queen in the solution its mate in 33 moves

17. @Lucviq99 says:

Y didnt he protect the knight h5
With putting the pawn g4?

18. @rajrajeshwarpagare158 says:

Why Nc6 sacrifice?? Can't understand

19. @bryanlowry1427 says:

bishop back to D1…. the magic extra move

20. @andresfriant-hm2ot says:

Ok? Then who did?

21. @mit-f8d says:

grandmasters could not solve this……..
but MIKHAIL TAL did ..

22. @asier5551 says:

I think Tal solved this

23. @billpreston7999 says:

Why did the black pawns have to turn into knights? Could he have chosen queen? Or any other piece screwing up this entire strategy?

24. @obedfanuel1930 says:

The most diabolical series of moves I’ve ever seen