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cant believe that hapened in a game! thats lucky? did he see the checkmate from right there?
all is posible
King walk ftw!
I solved it with no problems!!!
I'm sure that White saw this mate from the beginning of this sequence. Once you realize that the two Rooks trap the King on The g file, then it becomes a matter of figuring out how to further trap it with checks and/or moving it in reach of the White pawns.
True confession time: I did not see the whole sequence-- however I'm not a Grandmaster!
this puzzle interesting....
My second puzzle. :)
Nice one. Not bad after finding the first move.
good 4 the white chesser...
yup its a puzzle
After I got help with the first one, I got all the rest on my own!!!
12/11/2013 - Topalov-Kramnik, Dortmund 1996
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