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half the time I'm attacking the Queen thinking its the King... "Sharon, I'm so confused" If I just remember who is who I will be first. The Survivor
The pinned state of black's knight makes it all possible. I should have seen this right from the beginning, but I qdidn't. Once I got the first move (by trial and error) the rest was quite obvious. My Queen, protected by the fiancetto'd Bishop, had free reign over the main diagonal, and black's Knight was helplessly pinned.
Good one,missed the last move.
Like me you probably get fixated on the main group of pieces, where all of the immediate threats are and forget a little old bishop, that seems like a pawn over in the lower corner... I have done it a few times here.
This one was hard but interesting.
Nice puzzle...the first move was a little tricky for me, but the rest was a sinch after that!
I got the first 2 moves but then I had to think hard on the last move but I got it!!!!!!!!!! Other then that, it was a great, hard daily puzzle!!!!!!!!!!
Too many pins to dislodge for black
If 1...Kh8 2. Qxf6 f1Q+ 3. Rxf1 Qf8 then 4. Rg6+, 4. Rg5+, or 4. Rg4+ all lead to a neat checkmate. If 4...Qxf6 then 5. Bxf6+ Ng7 6. Bxg7#. If 4...Qg7 or 4...Ng7 then 5. Qxg7+ followed by 6. Bxg7#.
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