Here are some chess puzzles with interference tactics.
The color disk on the diagram indicates who moves first.

Winning by breaking the lines of communication.
Solutions are between the brackets under each puzzle.
Drag your cursor from one bracket to the other.

a)
White mates in 3.
Tiger Hillarp Persson vs Alistair Hill, St Clement Bay, 2019
6k1/5R1p/1p1r2p1/4p3/P1Q2p2/3P2Pq/4PP1P/6K1 w - - 1 0
[ 1.Rd7+ ]

b)
White mates in 4.
Liren Ding vs Dmitry Jakovenko, Shenzhen, 2019
4B1k1/1r5p/pp4pP/2p1Q3/P2r1P2/6P1/b6K/8 w - - 1 0
[ 1.Bd7 ]

c)
Zhamsaran Tsydypov vs Vladislav Nozdrachev, Kazan, 2019
4Rrk1/p4p1p/5rpQ/8/8/q5P1/5P1P/4R1K1 w - - 1 0
[ 1.R1e7 ]

d)
Eltaj Safarli vs Stamatis Kourkoulos-Arditis, Skopje, 2019
2rq2n1/r4p1k/1p2b3/p2pPppN/P2P4/6R1/1P1Q1PPP/5RK1 w - - 1 0
[ 1.Nf6+ if 1...Nxf6 2.Qxg5 mates ]

e)
Aleksander Delchev vs Javier Campos Moreno, Barcelona, 2019
5nk1/p1r2rp1/1p1q3p/4R3/2Q5/2B2P2/1P2P2P/6RK w - - 1 0
[ 1.Rxg7+ Kxg7 2.Re7+ Kg6 3.Qxf7+ mates ]


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