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Blacks pawn structure is dismal, with no pawn on g7 and his bishop jamed it the corner BLACK DESEVERS TO LOSE.
1.Qg3+ Qxg3 (Bg7 2.Qxg7*)
Because on 2. Ne7+ Black replies Rxe7....
Super!!! And by the way also shows the integrity of the few people who posted in the first page without even attempting the puzzle!
At move 2 when white moves Qg3, if black responds with 2.....Qxg3, white will do an out standing move for example...........
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I repeat why black Queen not take white Queen?? or have I missed something-- I suppose so??
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