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I stared at that for ages triying to figure out how I could take all the black pieces to quote " One After the Next". D'oh!
Pretty easy, saw the idea after I saw bshop and the rook.
This is pretty straight forward.
I thought I had an alt, but it could have been countered by the knight(W)Pawn at g5 to g6 (B) Knight from d5 to f6(W)Rook from h1 to h7 (B) Knight takes Rook
Easy but fun
A traped mate...
Solved without Errors :) !
NIce one !!
One R after the other, 1.Rxh7+...Kxh7, 2.Rh1#.Easy one.Thank's Chess.Com,good day chess head's.
So easy I would have seen it in the heat of a game.However, I would not have seen the alternative mating line (2.g6+) that chessmaster12344 posted.
White is a rook and two pawns ahead anyway. Wins with any kind of reasonable play. Most puzzles White is at least threatened with mate unless White finds something spectacular.
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