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well thats how to do it
i thought of p. move and a b/r mate.The black queen check led to rook sac.......hope that makes sense.very good puzzle
My first instinct was to move the pawn to g7 but, this wouldn't be mate in two.
And 1 Ke7 with the idea of 2 Rh8# could be defended by 1...Qh3!
Not bad, two temptations and one solution!
Solved without Errors :) !
thanks for the sweet little problem, MEEOOWW!!!
Always awesome to checkmate with a king move :)
Straightforward but I liked that
easy and nice
Yay got it on my first try. . .
Clever sacrifice for mate.
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