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Found this one relatively easy. First move was simple to spot.
very very easy! tal was a genius.
why does the king even need to take rook?
check post 186 and 188
Big amount of material.Please be relevant, helpful & nice!
If the rook is never taken it can just keep checking the king, leading to an eventual draw!
Unbelievable, every move was right! If the 2-move puzzle is easy, it should have more moves to find out :) (feels better!)
thats call a puzzle
Tempted to demolish material at this point rather than finish with mate
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i was talking about where at the end that the rook has to go next to the king and the last move, why not finish before that because he is going to get checkmated anyway
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