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Other solutions for the same
How about Qb8 Kc6 Qb6?
How about Qa8 Kc6 Qb6?
The knight is on a8 square!
CRIPES! I meant to say b8. I changed it.
Pawn on d7 is unprotected (Kxd7)
Well that sucks.
The only way to mate in 2 moves in this case is 1. Qa2. There's no other possible first move. I want you guys to know that in these puzzles always there's only one correct move for the first move, otherwise you'll not be able to solve the problem. So please stop trying to find other solutions to start because they don't exist at all!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Yeah all three of those aren't right. Bummer...
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