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The position was made perfectly for white mate...easy.
Why wouldn't the black king or rook take the white bishop?
it would still end up the same...
It's same thing, than you have mate by Qh7 defended by the rock at h1.
it's a funny puzzle. I see a clear cut win for the black
this was why Black should not be given a chance. White did this by checking Black twice and then checkmate on the third move.
this is a pretty easy puzzle, since the first move must be a check, or the white King is toast.
It's no use, it's a mate in 1 either way.
Wao!!, helpful & nice!
Nice and easy. :)
very good. and nice. and easy. and...uh, idk.
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