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not an interesting one...
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thank you for he interesting puzzle, & MEOW to all!!!
my first thought ,where to sac. Q orR ? The e file was covered ,so where's my check.....ahhh, the n, and b. Pretty good.
That was rather simple.
Seeing black K could not move to e file made me work around that idea leed me to 1.Nxf7+...Qxf7, 2.Bxc7#.Once I cleared e file it cleared path for Bg3 to checkmate black.Nice puzzle,working around getting e file cleared to prevent K from being able to move turned out to be right choice.Thank's Chess.Com,good day chess head's
Very good puzzle.
kinda a let down
Cool :) !
very easy for a mate-in-2 puzzle ,but not in a real game of course ;-)
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