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Oh, never mind I see black could hold off mate one more move with their queen.
i think knight f6 works too
Read the two posts right above yours.
Wow. Really exotic, but it works.
It's fun to have the pawn to promote into a Knight instead...
Kf6 is also valid, no?
That's what I thought too.
Gods! Read post #150.
Thanks for the lesson!
Ok, my bad... correct you are.
I missed it too until I looked, and looked. :)
Love to come across a three knight mate. That would be unusual. This is I assume one would be able to mate such.
Very clever. Never would think of promoting to any piece but a queen.
nice one and unusual indeed
N7h-6f # is nicest
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