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this is an unrealistic position? what was black's move before that? the bishop should have eaten the rook before this position. another option was that king blocked the bishop but this cannot be since white bishop could not get to its position in once place. if black had a notwhere to go.
The black bishop may not have eaten the rook because black may have been afraid of a checkmate threat on g7 after the queen recaptures.
black can take that rook in g6 and defend at the loss of a rook
Why he not take with pawn?
Then Qg6 with mate in 2
if he take the pawn it will be easy to mate
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