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Yesterday, I shared an awful, embarrassing game so I feel justified showing off a little here. This is one of the prettier checkmates I've played. I have a question about 10.Ne6+. I love this move but the chess.com computer says Qxg7 is better. As usual, any help or suggestions are appreciated.
Great checkmate !! Not sure if there is another 12th move better than Bd7, most moves by the queen are met by Kxf2 and then you will have two pieces for a rook and sitll great attacking chances ! Anyway, GG
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