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You almost expected it to be an exclusively Queening problem. ie. converting a pawn to a Queen. But they stopped us just short of the promotion.
This may not be efficient . . . but at least you get to promote two pawns
Rh6?? is a patzer move. The black king may reply ..Kd7 instead of the Kb7 your analysis shown.
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