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Interesting, I tried moving the bishop first, however, the knight would have foiled my plan. Move order is important.
A nice puzzle. A good balance between solvable and challenging enough to have to put a little thought into it. Nicely illustrates how your pieces have to work together as a team to put you in control of the game.
Here is the whole game. It actually ended after white's 20th move, 20. Qxf8+, because black resigned. I added the additional moves, as per the puzzle, to show how the game would have ended if played out:
Good puzzle, I will have to remeber this tactic.
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