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I found a mate in 3 in the first post. Re3+ and it will be mate in 3.
1. Re3+, Kd3 2. Rf4+, Re4 3. Rf4xRe4#
wow.... just realised the error in my checkmate.
Let's make it happen!
This is the only way I can think of to fix it(though it might be slightly off the idea). Mate in 2:
The key move is 1.Rc4.
I guess I forgot to put a black pawn on c7. I've fixed it now.
Hey, check this out:
White mates in 2.
I should have check and recheck my calculations...
Or use a comp.
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