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Reminds me of the old commercial where the oldtimer GM-type smugly announces check and the kid responds checkmate- anybody remember that ad? For antacid? headache?
bearhugger do you know how you could have won ?
Yes actually Qb3 Rc3 then Bc1#
KCO is right. I figured it out too once I knew there was an instant checkmate.
I guess you should have just settled for mate in 2.
No Sorry never saw it but I tryed to find it on youtube just now
Me too- couldn't find it. It's at least 40 years old.
Brings new meaning to the words forced mate.
Yes actually Qb3+ Rc3 then Bc1#
and also there is Qb3+ if d3 Qxd3#
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