You dont see this kind of checkmate every day.
Yep, you sure don't see a checkmate like that every day.
Missing a simple mate in 2 and dragging the game out for another 33 moves. Or how about gloating with four queens when one would do the trick?
Whilst I'm far from talented at Chess, even I know that if you genuinely want to improve you should probably practice these simpler mating patterns when you have the time/opportunity. You know, instead of playing like an asshat by prolonging checkmate as long as possible.
Otherwise next time you play a game and blunder mate, you might end up losing the game.
Nice finish, I like it.
Checker although it's a nice mate, I would say that doing such things is risky
You could have accidentally stalemated your opponent
@Koo8384 I did realize that playing the endgame, I was trying not to stalemate.
So next time don't overpromote (and you won't have that problem).
Promote to rook to avoid any potential stalemates, or even better to knight.
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