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Note:There's no way escape after 24.Qxf7 http://www.chess.com/livechess/game?id=634887711
Note: It's hopeless after 18.Qh5 and my opponent must be resign.http://www.chess.com/livechess/game?id=665785586
Note:There's no escafe after 17.e4http://www.chess.com/livechess/game?id=665919169
true but a lot of mates can be forced
Yes, after 24.Qxf7. It force to checkmate.
what i was refering to is that mate in one can be forced in a lot of games
Umm, after Rb8, Qxf6 is the only mate I see.
Sorry i was not very clear. i am talking about the fact that it is not so surprizing mate was forced because in a lot of games that can happen
Ok, I agree.
Yes, you're right.
There's no mate in one after ...Qg6
Mate would be created like this:
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