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For the second puzzle posted by Kings_Landing, wouldn't this be a second solution?
Yes if 1...Kb4. But if 1...c5, then no checkmate on move #2 for white.
stout defence to no avail
That took me a while
Enjoyed this one.
good puzzle very good
The check at last is worth thiking.
4. Bxf7+ Kf8 5. Be6+ Ke7 6.Qf7#
Yes! Much faster.
5... Qf6 extends the mate past 8
its not check mate
I don't get it. Why not just play Rxf6 and overpower black?
Play Rxf6, don't cry when the black knight takes your queen. Nice puzzle, last page?
nice opportunity :D
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