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I completed the puzzle.
the king is going in all directions.
Why didn't 1....Bxd6
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the last move could also be Qa7, or am I missing something?
gotta love the pawn checkmates
How come the black bishop did not take the knight??
5. Nc3# works too!
Not quite. King can move back to a5 as knight blocks bishop.
1... Bxd62. Qxb7#
Thanks for the lesson. Being that Checkmate was administered by a (b2-b3) pawn; the Checkmate pattern would be call the David and Goliath Checkmate. I thought the Hook mate was somewhat in sight. Chess.com is always right!!! Good Night! Happy Chess Singing!
cool a pawn mate and a king chase.