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easy but why one always have to sacrifice the queen :P
title itself suggests there will be more sacrifices for the white to win...
Its easy but i made a new one.Pls comment
Very good puzzle.
Nice! 2 sacrifices!
what if Kxh8 instead of Nxh8....
Just too easy.
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Okay, the sequence of white moves would be the same whether black responded1. ... Nxh8 or 1. ... Kxh8
Of course, in one case the bishop move would simply be 3. Bf7+, while in the other it would be 3. Bxf7+. In both cases, the bishop simultaneously "discovers" a check and shuts off Black King's only escape square.
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