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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
actually move 3 would be Qxg6+, and you can mate with the knight or the queen next move. The way you have it, the king can take back at f8 leaving you down and dead.
Thanks for the lesson!
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