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black only had two options! Rxg8 or Kxg8. all the other moves were forced. very nice!!
that was great
The problem there is the line is not forcing, Black does not have to take your Knight and you are threatened with mate. Black would play 3...Qxg2#
leave me alone
Very nice, I was hoping to make a smoothered mate, but puzzle defended itself against it ;) Very nice backrank mate with the help of 2 powerful knights in good positions.
Once 1.Nf7+ is discounted, the rest is by the numbers. Still, better not knowing the purpose of the puzzle ?
Why RxNC8 when he can Qxg2+mate on the 3rd move.
Forced win on mating ideas.
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