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actually that move is illegal.
And the point? Why not promote?
Rook can mate in one, afterwards. ... Rh1#
That's why white did f4. If black did Rhi+, then king to f3. Safe.
easy,youre threatend with mate,the only way to get out is g4
too easy, ~850
I got it 1st try. Very rare 4 me.
willmac12, prejudiced much?
is that it?
i know right
Nice puzzle guys!
I would definitely promote to queen if there were no "Defending" sign! :)
How I do it...
promoting queen sounds good, but in a couple moves, it leads to checkmate. I'd show you how, but I don't know how to opperate that feature.
The one you see right off is not always the move to make !
cool avatar, Jonesatyeer
kind of hard but eventely I got it
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