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Reasonably obvious but still quite nice
easy but cool. thanks.
Pretty easy with K trapped in corner,all forced move's 1.Nb6+...axb6, 2.Ra5+...bxa5, 3Qxa5#.Thank's Chess.Com,good day chess head's.No what if's today.
Queen b6 is better second move, true if black donates both rooks and Queen they could drag out 4 more moves
Mate in 4 line :)
Mate in three,all forced,why prolong it? Nice annalysis though,Thank's
Ra5 a6 and no mate...
Your right,I took it to six move's,and still no clear mate, 1.Ra5...a6, 2.Rxa6+...bxa6, 3.Qa5...Ra1, 4.Qxa1...Rb7, 5.Qa6+...Ra7, Nb6+...Kb7, 7.?
great puzzle :)
Lolwut, better than the forced mate in 3? I don't think so.
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