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Very cleverly done.
good puzzle, easy to fall for kg4 1st but then the King can break out of the corner...
Very nice puzzle..
I liked yesterday's better =)
First problem I actually solved. Haha
Nice! Good one
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Why not the following progression 1. Ng5+,Kh8 2. Rh3xh6,bxh6 3.Rdh7#
But if I were black, after 1.Ng5+ I would play Kf6. If Rd7d6 then my response will be bf6 which is pretty comfortable for black but white with the rook sac is loosing.
I guess the only real mate in four is the exact example given.
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