White chooses first to send his Bishop to h7 ... Black's King now only has one option, which is to go to e8.
Now it's the turn of White's kNight, which drops down to e6 ... Black's King moves left, to d8.
White's King gets its turn, side-stepping left, to e6 ... Black's K moves one square forward and left, to c7.
White's kNight is sent forward, to d7 ... Black's King advances to c6.
White sends his Bishop to d3 ... Black's King returns to c7.
White's Bishop goes to e4 ... Black's King, once more, occupies d8.
White now sends his King one square left, to d6 ... Black sends his King in the other direction, to e8.
Combined with the threat from his Knight, White halts Black's attempted escape from the left hand corner area, by putting his Bishop onto g6, which "Checks" Black's King ... Black gets out of Check, by moving his King back to d8.
White's Bishop is advanced one square diagonally left, to f7 ... Black further retreats his King, to c8.
White's kNight drops down to c5 ... Black's King returns to d8.
White's kNight to b7 is responsible for another "Check" on Black's King ... Black's King retreats to c8.
White's King continues to advance left, to c6 ... Black backs his King further into the left corner, at b8.
White, once more, moves his King, now to b6 ... Black attempts to break his King out, by moving it again to c8.
White cuts of the escape, with his Bishop to e6, which also places Black's King in "Check" ... Black's only escape is to retreat his King, once more, to b8.
White's kNight is, again, dropped back down to c5, in preparation for its Checkmate contribution, at a6 ... Black's King moves into the corner, for the first time, at a8.
Notice here how White doesn't go to Check Black's King with the Bishop immediately, but instead, sends that Bishop to d7. It's a move that continues to cut off Black King's escape, while also buying time for White's Knight to get into its last position ... Black's 16th Move is to advance his King, once more, onto b8.
Now, White's kNight makes its final contribution, at a6, which not only "Checks" Black's King, but also guards a return to b8 ... Black's King is forced back onto a8.
Finally, White's Bishop makes its attack at c6, "Checkmate".
White Wins (1-0).
- Bh7 ... Ke8
- Ne5 ... Kd8
- Ke6 ... Kc7
- Nd7 ... Kc6
- Bd3 ... Kc7
- Be4 ... Kd8
- Kd6 ... Ke8
- Bg6+ ... Kd8
- Bf7 ... Kc8
- Nc5 ... Kd8
- Nb7+ ... Kc8
- Kc6 ... Kb8
- Kb6 ... Kc8
- Be6+ ... Bb8
- Nc5 ... Ka8
- Bd7 ... Kb8
- Na6+ ... Ka8