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Nice sacrifice to create a matin net and unstoppable mate.
f6 and then rxg7 would have been a far quicker mate. not sure why so many puzzles have such ambiguous answers
Yes Rg8 - oh yeah Qh5++
The King can't escape anymore. That's really true.
Knight to G6 to block is much better than moving King over, prolongs & maybe even could defer a immanent checkmate.
I think this is a major error. There are at least two moves which get to mate faster.
The 'slution' is the long way around.
i liked this one..
If Black doesn't threaten g7, checkmate is assured by Qg7
4. f6 Ng6 5. h5 Kg8 6. hxg6 Re8 7. g7. Black can't prevent Rh8
easy, simple so forth so forth
but it's not a check mate as black can block the queen by Ng6
exactly what i was thinking
Would Pf6 not make more sense for white's 2nd move????
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