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not too easy
Nice! I would have probably played 1.Bc3 in a real game, forcing mate in just a few moves more than is optimal.
On a less significant tangent, I wonder if I can get my 3rd consecutive "first" on the daily puzzle tommorow!
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Bh6, gxh6, Qh6#..much simpler way isn't it?
The Queen. God bless her.
in real game i guess no one will make this bad position of black buship, queen and one knife when can see cleary heavy attak
Nice! Just go by the rule of thumb, sac the queen and then proceed!
pretty staright forward!! nice drill
Why not mate in 2 with 1.Ng6+ Kh7 2. Nxf8# ????
@acertaineffort better Ah6!? than Ac3. Right?
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