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This looks like the same as yesterday.
what? he would have done g8 man!
Why bring in the queen? so that he could get mate?
If you don't be careful, you will be checkmated by the 5 move checkmate.:)
3...Qg5xf5 and it doesnt work ._.
This puzzle is impossible to ever occur in chess, but even if it does, white doesn't even have a forced mate.
move the pawn above the king up one and++
this is a puzzle that is not possible you have two white bisschops on white??
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You are a genius.. how did I not see that bahahaha
i got stuck a little, but eventually found it out
If you like mates in 4's, here's another one:
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