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couple mistakes but very good puzzle.
When in doubt sac the queen.
Very nice puzzle. For once I actually love the queen sacrifice in this situation!
It's mate in one, I don't like overcomplication.
How did you ever get a 1700 rating?!
why not 3 Rh8 checkmate mate in 3 instead of 5 ? did I miss anything?
Because black will respond with 3...Kxf7. White, playing Rh8+ on the third move in this puzzle will not mate the king.
Now that was pretty cool!
This was strange, and tortuous.
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