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why he dont eat my qouen?
Wondering why can't pawnH7 take the Queen in G6? It'll still be checkmate with Rook, bishop, and pawnE6... Good one!
so im terrible. why wouldnt the black pawn take the quees on the second move?
But why cant black cut queen with pawn?
RH8# how come it become mate Ke7 is still there
why doesn't Pawn take Queen on first Black move
Bishop pin on d4 and pawn on e6 traps the king ! NB... Black King is initally on g8 and can't move to e7.
On the second move black is in check with bishop on C5.
The first move is really nice, but I think there are more solution to this.
What's wrong with 2. Qf6+ ? If the King moves out from the check, then 3:Qh8# or if 2:...,Rf7 then 3:Qxf7#
Or am I missing something?
You have solved this problem! 22. e8=Q#
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