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i was thinking of a mate without the queen sacrifice
What about c8xe8 instead of taking the queen with f8?
2.Nh6 is still mate.
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hey you buddy. don't solve this question before i solved.
Always Kill the Queen!
Mate in this situation is inevitable...may it be in 2 moves or more
Gosh, this was clever.
like sunday puzzles, easy :D
i never think of giving up my queen ! very clever
had to look at it a long while
This is not an easy puzzle, though it has been hinted that it is solved in 2 moves only.
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