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Start by moving the queen... but don't sacrifice it!
Pretty straight forward; as, white must continue checking the black King or else Black Rook at c1xe1#. And the only other option would be for white to waste a move to take the black rook.
Has there ever been a puzzle with a wasted move?
I haven't seen one yet.
Easy, an two obvious queen checks followed by realizing that an open e file will create mate.
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