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I expected 2. ... Kxg8, but it's the same.
that was piece of cake and it's a sunday morning here.
3.Bg8+( open check. .check by rook )
Decent enough (for a Sunday).
Bg8+ (Rxg8 or Kxg8 or Nh6)
The problem with all these 'Mate in n moves' is that you 'KNOW' it's there. Very different from a real game.
Nice dilemma that white puts black into.
it's a funny puzzle. I see a clear cut win for the black
and wouldve been impossible to stop, but black was too focus on his win, and forgot about his king i guess :D
blacks last move should have been h8 - h7 the outcome it the same but more real!
how come not kxg8?
how ? !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I see a clear cut no chance for the black
Don't know what black was doing, he had mate...
Yes, if black could move first, just once, it would be a different story, I tell you.
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