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How about 5. Rxd2!+ exd2 6. e4 d1=B!! 7. e5#! (White is not confused by black's epic promotion.) Yes I have a sense of humour, deal with it.
That's what happens when you promote the Siamese pawn.
" DefinitelyNotGM wrote:
Promoted from the only missing pawn, the black one?
That was back when promotion rules weren't that strict. ;)
Yes, you could promote to an opponent's piece, but black had two bishops on the same colour squares as well.
Solved 287/290 :D
actually chuck norris just pushed 2 black pawns bakc at the beginning of the game and made a black bishop and a white bishop
thats why black has only 6 pawns
good god this is amazing
Boring...not easy but boring.
This should be the daily puzzle
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