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Any knight move: N(x)f2#
Any darksquared bishop move: Rb5#
Any light-squared bishop move other than Bh7: Rh8#
Bh7 2: Qxh7#
No black checks.
In Geticus post #15 diagram, the above strategy works. Or am I missing something?
Such was described in my Post #7.
any knight move:N(x)g3#
any dark squared B move:Rh5#
Correct. I confess, that after seeing the cleverness of Ka1, I did not proof Victor's details. I feel he still deserves much credit, and merely typo'd.
with the revised position (#15) it is now mate in 2.
No, it's not. It's still mate in 3.
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