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In the position below, how many moves does White need to perform the fastest possible checkmate?

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In the following position, how can checkmate be given in 1 move?

If the bottom left corner is denoted by \( (1,1) \), what is the target square of the last move?

- This game starts from the standard position, and we arrived at this position using the standard rules of chess.
- You have to determine who is to play.

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**Black** to move and mate in 2.

Which piece should Black move first?

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It's White turn, what is the minimum number of moves White should make to guarantee he/she wins the game?
###### Designed by Fauzi Al Zahri.

Assume that both players played optimally and that White moves up and Black moves down (pawn).

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Assume that both players played optimally and that White moves up and Black moves down (pawn).

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