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There is another mate which is more artistic, instead NH5, NE6 followed by KF7, QG7+; RE8, QF8+, N or R takes Queen followed by NG7++, longer mate yet nice where the bishop and the combine their power to mate the king while his entire army watches!
The mate in five is prettier (IMO)
2. Ng7ch Kf8
3. Ne6ch Ke8
4. Qf8ch Rxf8 ( or Nf8 )
5. Ng7 mate
Yes, nice. There's a smothered mate in 6 here too, but that's 6 moves:
3. Ne6+ Kf7, 4. Qg7+ K38, 5. Qf8+ Rxf8, 6. Ng7#
3Q*f8?(blunder) ... K*f8!
I saw an alternative by sacrificing queen.
cool, both puzzles
Like that knight move
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