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The point of this post is to show you how to mate with a king and queen. Here are the steps.
1. Use your queen to force your opponent's king to the edge of the board.
2. Move your king toward you opponent's king, being careful not to stalemate your opponent.
3. Give mate. I will now show you how.
I hope you enjoyed my post. If you like you can View My Coaching Services. Thanks for reading this,
its actually in 7
Of course black should just resign but he's probably hoping white will "mess up" and give him stalemate. :p
Thanks I always wondered how you could do it!
Thanks Jagdeepsingh, at least somebody agrees with me
I believe that simplier is better. In time constrain that is much better.
dr_mostafa: Mate in 14 is too long? Remember that as long as you mate in under 50 moves you win.
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