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After rook to d7, what was wrong with rook to d6. Mate in 2.
Nxd6. Edit: whoops, Rxc6 rather. After all that, forgot where the check was coming from.
This one was kind of intricate for its relative simplicity, what with the knights guarding d6 and e7, the revealed/double check, the mate coming on the one square that was not guarded (d7), and all. I liked it.
Easy but effective moves. Thanks
Euwe 1927 - Mate in 2:
Awesome one! thanks
should be mate in 2 as rook on D7 takes pawn on D6 thereby trapping the kind and checkmating it with the bishop
good 1 all i had too do was move my rooks
handling rook is critical in this puzzle!!!!!!!
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