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From Paul Morphy, white to move and mate in 2 moves.

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  • Gary Petrov
    Gary Petrov
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    This one not so difficult, White plays Rh6. If black moves bishop, Rxh7 is a mate, if black takes rook, g7 is a mate.

    Jon Miller
    Jon Miller
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    That’s not a stalemate. Your forgetting pawn on G7 can move down. 

    Jose Barraza
    Jose Barraza
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    that’s what I thought at first but then I realized that’s a stalemate! The answer is real check mate in two. 

    Billy Tiesler
    Billy Tiesler
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    Pawn on G takes H7, Bishop takes H7; King f7 (mate)

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