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The Windmill phenomenon - free moves for white without reply.
I didn't realize at first why promoting to a queen or rook doesn't work. Nice one.
@chinmayT: Why mate in 4 when you could mate in 3?
(Besides, 1.Rd8 doesn't mate in 4).
1.Qxf7+ is forced mate in 3. On the other hand after 1.Rd8 Black is not forced to take on d8.
re: No Way Out. Looks like a mate in 10.
re:looks like mate in 10 - could u please state ur first move - out of ur awesome 10 moves!!
Let's give it a try. I'll play Black. 1.Rxf6 Qd1+. Your move.
isnt Bxd1 enough? u lose ur queen.. i dont think anyone would continue the game after losing thier queen...
They would continue the game if they're trying show someone their awesome 10 moves.
1.Rxf6 Qd1+ 2.Bxd1 gxf6.
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