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Think Checkmate!

  • Goal: White Moves Toward Checkmate (Medium)
  • Challenge: White can force a favorable exchange, but he can do better and force the mate. How can White mate in four moves?
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Chess Trivia
There were 72 consecutive Queen moves in the Mason-Mackenzie game at London in 1882. (Source)
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