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The ole' famous David and Goliath Checkmate; administered by a pawn on the g4 square! Thanks for the lessons!
Enjoyed this one, nice use of Pawns. I guess I better stop giving up so many!
OK, if I was black, there would be no way I would move my Bishop there. Why is that a move an opponent would make?
i love check mates by powns
easy i think
ok so why wouldn't rook to f6 be mate in one?
... because the king will escape.
where would he escape to? all the other spots are guarded by pawns...
oh ok! thank you! :)
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