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Too bad the board is broken
rook didnt even have to move anticlockwise :D
Good one, thax for sharing...
yay. I did it. Not like I haven't done this a million times.
Good elementary endgame practice.
Is this show you how to checkmate with a king and a rook? I think so.
Justinwr09 what about Re7 kg8 kg6 KF8. Its less affective.
Anyone else get it like this?
No, that doesn't work. Kh8 is not forced after Re7+. Black can delay mate by playing Kg8 first.
in the url, it says "mate-in-32"
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