Simple Atomic Puzzles

These puzzles were composed by Nick Long (Chronatog) over a period of years. Most of them are relatively simple and intended to provide some general concepts to understand how to play atomic chess better.

No. 000, 2001

White to explode in 2

Q2/8/k7/K1p5/2P5/8/8/8

No. 001, 2002

Game Drawn 1/2 – 1/2

8/8/8/4k2P/8/8/8/K7

No. 002, 2002

Game Drawn 1/2 – 1/2

1k6/8/8/8/8/8/1P6/1K6

No. 003, 2002

White Wins

1k6/8/8/8/1P6/8/8/1K6

No. 004, 2002

White to Explode in Two

2k5/K1B5/P1p5/2R5/8/8/8/8

No. 005, 2002

White to Atomic-Mate in Seven

8/4k3/1BB1p3/4N3/8/8/8/4K3

No. 006, 2002

White to Atomic-Mate in Five

7k/6NN/7N/8/8/8/8/4K3

No. 007, 2005

White to Atomic-Mate in Five

5b2/3k1n2/2p5/1pPN4/1P6/p7/K6p/4R3

No. 008, 2005

Caging Black in is better than trying to mate

8/p7/4k3/8/1N2B3/2p2N2/2K4P/8

No. 009, 2005

White to Atomic-Mate in Two

k4b2/4p1p1/B3P1P1/N1p5/5p2/5P2/2K5/8

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