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Great you almost were in checkmate so you had to keep him in check
Nice and easy does it every time.
Mate in three... good day; bonne journée.
Nice forced mate,thank's to pawn on g6
Good simple exercise.
This puzzle would be better with no d-pawn for black, therefore not allowing 2. Qh4+ and yielding only one solution.
A true pearl by Peruvian grandmaster Esteban Canal: White to play and give checkmate in 2 moves. Can you find it?
Thanks for sharing! As you say, this game is a true pearl! I enjoyed your commentary as well.
Happy April Fools, and the puzzle was easy!.
Qh4+ also leads to mate even though chess.com marked it as an error! :-(
this puzzle gave me new idea.
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