I need help with last puzzle that chess.com gave me

Omega_Doom

BriqnL1n
Wait. That’s illegal
Omega_Doom
BriqnL1n wrote:
Wait. That’s illegal

How can it be illegal? It is chess.com puzzle, i swear.

OtW47

White king left the board ?

jetoba
OtW47 wrote:

White king left the board ?

Plus there is no way you can legally have White pawns on h2, h3 and g2.  I doubt if a chess.com puzzle would a reversed board with both players a move from queening in an otherwise normal looking game, but if so then Black can queen while a new White queen is trapped behind the pawns and rook needing to spend precious time working its way out.

So I am guessing that the h2 pawn is actually a king and there is the simple 1 ... Qg3+ 2 Kh1 Rxg2+ and Black's third move is either Qxh3#, Qh2# or Qxg2# (after Rxg2).

If the puzzle is illegal because the pawns really are there, and the king is on h1 then there is the simple 1... Rxg2 and 2 Rxg2 Qxg2# or 2 Rge1 Rxh2+ 3 Kxh2 Qg3+ 4 Kh1 Qxh3# or the certain, but maybe inefficient 2 Raf1 Qe3 3 Rxg2 Qf3 3 Rg1 Qxd5 4 h4 Kh5 5 h3 Kxh4 6 Kh2 Qe5+ 7 Kh1 Qe4 8 Kh2 Qf4+ 9 Kh1 Qf3 10 Kh2 Qg3+ 11 Kh1 Qxh3#

OtW47
jetoba ha scritto

So I am guessing that the h2 pawn is actually a king