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good pattern 2 learn on how 2 mate opponent easily...
Good lesson for black. Don't go in the attack when you're king isn't save!
Much easier once you notice that you need to continuously check to prevent Re1#. Still, the final position is very elegant: the three pieces in the mating net are all threatened, yet no escape is possible!
nice pattern worth to remember
good one, moves flowed together - with 'mate-on-the-go' it looked threatening
kinda tricky with the first move but i got it
very simplw. It took just 20 seconds to solve
Very elegant sequence!
Love the revealed double check at the end.
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