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Tricky, I liked it
on the second move blacks could of done ke6!
good, but i fail
What means first page?
Nice, something I would have missed in a game.
put rook mate also after bishop blocks
Nice give up a rook and win (boy if I could do that I would win every game)
Rook to a1 to D1 would mate also! check it out ! Logical my friends
pretty easy, and there was an alternative...
I always feel like these puzzles assume way too much about the moves that the other person will play for me to solve them. He could have easily moved his king diagnolly on check and escaped the bishop check-mate that came next turn.
As mentioned before by several users. There is no escape!
2... Ke6 3 Qd5#
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