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3. Nf6 would mate after the queen's block on 3 ... Qh8 4 Qxh8++!
A wonderful puzzle.
Great puzzle! I found it interesting that the pawn was promoted to a knight instead of a queen.
One of the few firsts I've done other than Sundays
That was very different
i didnt even attempt it but i have seen something similar b4
The pawn on the 7th rank hints at an underpromotion to a knight, but this was a very nice mate in 3.
Neat one. I'd like to second those asking where and when this game took place.
I like the unusual mates but this was easy to work out.
A very good puzzle ...good
Nf6 is also mate but the rook is good to
Easy but i like the under-promotion theme
easy but fun
I like it!
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