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interesting rook move sequence... i wonder how many blitz players would see that this is a + -
beauty of chess....
It took a long time before I guess the third move, Nice Zungwang
good one indeed.
third move, amazing............ sooooper puzzle..........
move 3 RH7 + KG8
move 4 RD1 to G1+, KF8
Move 5 RH7 to H8 mate.
This is why i play chess .com
Yes, I need to practice rook endgames:-)
a good one!!!
Nice...I missed the third move though.
Very instructive, very nice, fantastic, thanx for sharing...
That was nice. I really enjoyed the simplicity and beauty of this mate. Thanks!
Easier would be:
Play it out, it is not mate, the king has both 5 ... Ke7 and 5 ... Kf7 available without the rook on the 7th rank.
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your average time per move is too high for this tournament!
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