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Black is probably suicidal now. He is allways 1 away from mate. Poor kid...
anyone who is taught chess rules can see the mate.....there is no options to go wrong with.
hard to believe that was possible to happend
The title should be just mate in 2, right? :D
Wow.. done it
Minor piece checkmate.
I have solved this puzzle.
What if you first move the bishop and only then a horse?
If white doesn't force a move, with a check, then the black queen has a move to checkmate white.
This is the total answer to the game puzzle: ABOVE |
It's too garbage to be a hard puzzle.
Fool's Mate: Follow the rules of F's M!
0-1, Rated Game
: Tomiss Liu, White, rated 573
Dum E. Hedd, rated CMA 1249
From sides to squares!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A5NGZDWehCU (my blitz)
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