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Last move could have been ...Kf7-g6, so white can't take en passant.
number 29 c2 takes pawn checkmate bishop takes pawn
Re5 works too on 109
queen pawn moves to queen 8 promotion to a queen mate
Cogwheel you missed that the king can go to e8
pawn promotion is illegal, it puts you in check. no, the answer is Qa3#. there is NO other solution.
There's 6 or 7 mates here.
cogwheel after Qa3 ke8 wasn`t it checkmate
Should at least indicate what the last move was e.g in post no 4 had i known last move was f5 only then its possible to visualize gxf6X
Pls post alternatives to mate in 1. There are instances where it is possible to mate in more than one way.
Openings trap puzzles might be good.
Ke8 and is illegal, protected by the d7 pawn.
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