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why didn't the blak queen take the white queen in the first?
then the next move would be Rxf8#.
Did you just come back and do like, every puzzle for the last month in one day? cause i keep getting comment alerts and they are all from you commenting on puzzles from a long time ago. lol.
Is english your first language ? If so you must be able to do better than that. If you don't speak like that to total strangers, why use it here !
Back to business - seemed like a standard formula until the third move then I got stuck for a while. Rxg6 was unexpected for me. So not bad.
Winning either way.
The black queen cant take e5 because if it does then rook goes to f8 and checkmates.
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