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Why not Qb5 and d8 queening???
Because it´s only mate in 3 , not 2 :-)
Both cute and silly.
This is too easy. It's not Sunday.
Qb5 and then move the pawn one up and take a Queen or a rook is mate in two as well
Not at all. The king will just move back to where he came from. Ka7.
this is all true, but Robhalford is a good name for a Heavy Metal Chess-Player! :-)
Mate in 2-Made it easy to solve this one quickly-Not wanting to give Black the Draw with a Queen or Rook Promotion-The Knight was the obvious candidate for the win
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This wasn't exciting, at all.
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