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Hotmelt wrote on 2012-01-02 UTC
How a player will win in this game, if you cant give check?

Lets say white is in turn 10, he cant check the oponent king. 
So, to white be able mate/capture the king in turn 12, black would need to
make changes the board position, by some movement and/or capture on turn
11, and that would then allow white capture king on turn 12. 
But the problem is: A player cant put his king in check, and so in turn 11
black would not be able to make this movement that put his king in check.

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