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too easy ^^
showing the power of double check!
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Nice and easy!
Black is never forced to take on a6 and expose his King like that homie. He can first take out that troublesome pawn that caused mate in your "solution"
Nor does the rook have to make a pointless capture at g2, for both those moves I've put in short lines that show how Black survives at least three moves.
Don't call it mate-in-3 if you're going to force Black to make blunders. Just another flawed puzzle by prativa_pralh
if I can do it it's easy
Discovered and double checks always make for good combinations.
Check, double check, mate.
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