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No. 1. ...Kg8???
very nice puzzle. A situation in which I often found myself in.
I hope the morons who 'corrected' me yesterday when I said the King needs to move first, are all enjoying humble pie.
And why are people still insisting chess.com has it wrong, and that moving the Rook first will mate in 3? *sigh*
Sure (from the puzzle url), move the Rook anywhere you want 20 times and you will be able to mate in 32.
There are three alternative moves for the black king on move 1 - all of them fall to different rook move mate
I like this..
seriously? a basic K+R checkmate?
in the url, it says "mate-in-32"
@justinwr092 :YOUR MOVES WERE THE SIMPLEST & QUICKEST 2 STRAIGHFORWARD MOVES....NICE
Fast endgame checkmate.
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