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Black was a little lazy at castling !
Well, anybody can tell that!
Well I tried RxQ for the 2nd move. It took awhile to see why that didn't work.
First Page !!
Why is that picture so big?
Does it make a difference if black takes with the knight instead of the queen? I don't see any difference.
very very nice...
Very nice puzzle.
I would have played qxg5 and had some queen fun. but this works.
Wow ! You're good. But obviously didn't notice that white had not castled, either.
Though QxR was possible but it is not a mate since the black queen can block. A good one!
Nice exercise in choosing the right options.
Clearance Mate! Thanks for the lesson. The knight checks the Black King; to wit; clears the diagonal h2-h8 for the Bishop to administer Checkmate!
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