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That's good puzzel (y)
White's white-squares bishop was pinned (after 1.Qd8+), but nevertheless he prevented the black king from moving to or capturing on g6 or h7. Therefore black's every move was FORCED - until finally he had no escapes left.
didn't like giving up the rook
perfect rook sacrifice!
All forced moves.
Rook move is hard to see but there is little else to work with.
Nice puzzle.. Thanks!
good moves and solved
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Yipeee, finished it successfully
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