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pawn and bishop nice combination...
How about "Mate in 1"? Pawn to c7?
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4. c8=Q# or 1.c7† 1.Bd5+ 2.Bxd5 Check Mate
is this true?
1.C7+ Rf3 2.Qe8 Re8 3.Re8 Beshop e8 4.C8+ checkmate
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nice tactic but unnecessary. there's a mate in 2
The point of these puzzles is that Black makes the best moves possible.. so yeah, c7+ then black would play Rxf3 as has been said about a dozen times in this thread already.. playing Bd5 as you suggested for black would be stupid.
And Sherlock.. Blacks best reply to Qe8+ is Rxe8, not Bxe8
You're an idiot. Black would never block with the bishop, he'd take the attacking bishop.
nice one but very easy.
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