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quite intesting moves...
there aere a lot of possiblities to sort through to find the best path. well done chess.com on a thoughtful puzzle.
nice for breakfast.
Very good puzzle
why pawn takes knight instead of Kh5?
So much fun! Good one.
Nice puzzel. Got it with help from my son (didn't see Qh3).
@ygrex: Nf6 keeps him in check. Played with a bit in my head and I'm not seeing a path out of mate with that move - but I'm just a Patz.
This is MATE IN 5! Can you find it?
1. Rxf7+; Kxf7 (If Kd8 2. Qd7#)
2. Qxe6+; Kg7 (If Kf8 3. Qf7#)
3. Qf7+; Kh8 4. Qxh5+; Kg7 5. Qh6#
11/27/2015 - Holes and Fillings
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