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You did that mate but he could just move d6 and escape mate
actually move 3 would be Qxg6+, and you can mate with the knight or the queen next move. The way you have it, the king can take back at f8 leaving you down and dead.
Thanks for the lesson!
wouldn't Qh6, Ng7+, Ne6+ also work.
y not mate wit tha bishop in 2 moves?
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really cant solved it..if Q takes rook king takes Q why take it by knigth of course youll be mate i dont understand this move???
i just give u this im gonna mate u by pawn..if not i lost the game...ha ha ha
That's the essence of chess playing....mating the opponent successfully!
this is not a good one...move of king will not not satisfy the checkmate requirement....
could have taken the queen if instead on move 3 you played Ne6+
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