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A slightly new version of the queen sacrifice to smother the king for a checkmate in the corner by the knight.
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Can someone please tell me why f8-g6 mate is not a solution?
nice, the guy with the first comment: your puzzle was better
Sorry daily puzzle
It's actually a little boring to do puzzles like those.. They don't even teach you to think right.. In a real limited-time game, 90% of the people wouldn't think of this variation...
For those who want something more changelling:
Your puzzle is better
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