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Quick mate, thanx for sharing...
For: [ peteregg ] ...
Not so much that it was a "passed" pawn, so much as it was an "advanced" pawn in the right place (guarding the King's escape).
P+Q mate nice
The bishop doesn't have to move to that squre, it could've moved some where else...
Make ur proposed bishop move. I'll show you the queen checkmate next move. The point of the bishop placements is to delay checkmate as long as possible.
The puzzle gives "best" move. In this case the one that will prevent immediate Checkmate.
good trick yo...
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