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I was on live chess this evening and I played this game with a double double check mate!
Now, I played a double check twice and achieved mate.
How cool is that?
The first few moves weren't the greatest, but it was a fun blitz game!
I dunno, looks more like a single double checkmate to me
Wow, that king got decimated.
13. Re8# would be another nice checkmate for this early in the game.
Elubas, a double double check mate means:
1) A double double check means that there are two double checks in a row.
2) The second double and check mate is a double check mate.
So you can call it a more-than-one double check which leads to mate.
Killer! Thanks for showcasing this doublecheck checkmate.
Had to be a fun feeling. !!#
Nice mate. Black could escape mate 23...Kf8.
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