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I have a puzzle that I have been struggling to solve on and off for months now. The challenge is to deliver a checkmate to the king in two moves. I am not kidding around here. Apparently, there is a solution, but I cannot seem to figure it out and thought I should seek out assistance from chess.com community.BLACKNG8, PE7, BG7, PF6, PC5, KF5, NH5, PC4, BG4, PF3, PH3WHITENC8, BH7, PG6, PD5, PH4, BC3, QE3, PD2, KH2, NF1The challenge is surprisingly difficult: If you are white, can you deliver a checkmate to the black king in 2 moves?
Here it is in puzzle form
I meant to do that, but how do bring the chess board into the forum thread like that?
here is one
The white knight on C1 should be on C8.
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