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what if Kxh8 instead of Nxh8....
1. Rh8+ Kxh8 2. Qh7+ Kxh7 3. Bxf7+ Qh2 4. Rxh2#
Black should not have played the useless interposition 3...Qh2, and just resigned instead. This way, even though embarassingly defeated, black could say he or she had a material advantage of a queen, a rook, two knights, and a pawn, and rub it in white's face! You need to take any positive you can out of a chess game, losses included!
Very nice indeed!!
4 Moves and Mate EZ as 1, 2, 3...opps forgot 4!
that was more fun than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick.....
QxN+ will also work - perhaps more spectacular
@Pavrey: can u xplain? i dont think so
P.S. I dont like it. Black just blunders after the bishop move.
What else do black hav to do? nothing left rather to blunder it out.
very nice puzzle
P.S. I dont like it. Black just blunders after the bishop move. b. move does not force qxb, your right ......
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