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Yeah, unusual but nice :D
1- the black king is open and so exposed
2- the black squares around the black king so week
3- underpromotion to knight to maintain the initiative and achieve checkmate
4- all black's pieces so away from action
All this helped to achieve this humiliating checkmate.
And look to :( if you want)
all in chess mentor
many solutions possible but this way is the fastest
Nice but what about 3.Nh7f6 ?
what about 3. Nhf6+?
ah this makes it mate in four :)
yeah, I think 3. Nhf6++ is cooler
Nf6 might be less desirable is b/c it would permit the response of Qh7 (so only an extra move)
new kind of puzzle
oh, yeah, that's true... didn't see that
I Like it...very good
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