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I would say it is not possible, because a double check requires a move of the king since you can not block an attack from two sides or capture a knight involved in the check and that means the king has to open the lines for two pieces, which means that these lines have to be crossing on the field of your double checked king and so they can not cross on the field of the opponent king.
u r correct
THAT IS NOT LEGAL!!!!!!
Pratic -- the key strategy for black is to be the first to take.
White's mistake was not taking on the first move i.e. 1. exe7
That doesn't work either:
The best opening is the Charge Attack.
lets see if u know a lot about chess
We can respond to double check with a check only.
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