Originally posted by AlethiaWhat, you think BigDogg has the hots for you? Sorry to break it to you, but I think he only likes you for your mind...
Assuming Black's pawn is on d2,
Your ulterior motive has been noticed.
Originally posted by PBE6I did look at that when creating, but decided it doesn't matter. But it does...
What, you think BigDogg has the hots for you? Sorry to break it to you, but I think he only likes you for your mind...
EDIT: This position doesn't look possible...the white bishop couldn't have moved into position without delivering an unanswered check on the previous turn. Which means BigDogg may not like you at all.
Originally posted by PeakiteSorry but that is not mate 1...d5!
Having a go, I'm not quite there yet, 11 of the 12 black men here missing would spoil the mate (the exception being the queen).
Actually come to think of it the rook isn't doing much good. I had a queen on d1 at one point.
Originally posted by ilywrinYes.
Interesting, though "spoils the mate" is a bit ambiguous - does that mean the resulting position is not a mate (i.e. the king may escape, or a piece may cover the check) or may it be interpreted as the resulting position after the removal of the piece/pawn is illegal?