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the reason why it wasn't finished is that there are at least 3 different mate in twos at the end. the three I found are below5 .... Kc7 (forced)
6. Rb7+ Kc8 (forced) 7. Qa8# or 7. Qc8#or 6. Qb7+ Kd6 (forced) 7. Rb6#
The correct moves just become visible when you make the first right move.
Doesn't go through to checkmate! I feel let down.
@Hjkop: Here's how it goes through to checkmate -
5. Rb2+ Kc7 (forced)
6. Rb7+ Kc1 (forced)
You don't have to feel let down now :)
how sweet it is...
Qb+ ..white win
I did let them pices flow, and I got the puzzle correct.
Also, Happy 1st day of summer!!
5.Rb2+ Kc76.Rb7+ Kc87.Qc6#
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