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I gave up and pressed "hint" on the first move. Then everything fell into place.
Too early to think about this one
one move mistake
another real enjoyable one.....
Hey ! What is this ?
I had to think a bit this time!
The key was 2. Qd6+, the in between check which allowed queen takes bishop to come with check, thus forcing checkmate.
I like it but i would have liked to kill all his peices first
Screen the Queen
Queen block !!
Thanks for the lesson!
I would not have got that in a million years!.
Coming from a sub 1100 player.
Took some time to get this one...
The sac wasn't obvious to me. Good puzzle.
"Reykjavik Open, Final Round | Commentary by FM Ingvar Johannesson & Fiona Steil-Antoni"
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