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Easy one today 1.Bxg6+...Kxg6, 2.Qh5#.going back and looking,it look's like Qh2 would be mate in one,I can't see why it would'nt other than,caption said mate in two.Thank'sChess.Com,good day chess head's.now I see why K would escape to e8
The Qg7 why not good?
Why is it not Q G7 mate in 1
il y avait mate in 1..
Quite easy. I didn't make any mistakes.
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