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No it's wrong hxg6 3.qh8 4. Kg4 no mate in 4
It is mate because the king on h6 can't move to g4.
So if Rxg6 then Qh8# ?? Am I missing something?? Kg4 is where the king goes after Qh8+ !!
No checkmate here! Am I really that stupid?
The king can't move to g4 from h6.
it's mate in 3 not 4, think again
No mate in three.
What a stupid puzzle!
Stupid doesn't describe the puzzle. Maybe the player? Read the entire thread. Black's moves were forced to prolong mate.
I don't think black would have made those moves.
If he hadn't, he would've lost sooner.
man, your puzzle is a bit messed up.
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