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Ah, good puzzle ! I went for the discovered attack with Ne6. How wrong I was.
ne5 prevents mate
black isnt forced to take the queen with the knight you do notice that right?
what a nice one you got there
lol i saw your picture on google when i was posting it on my website
Decent puzzle - makes a change not to have to sacrifice the queen !
Perhaps the 5-move mate with 3.Ne6 instead of Nh5 is more elegant but 4 always trumps 5.
prativa_pralh, on move 3, why not Kxf8?
very nice and good
You did that mate but he could just move d6 and escape mate
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