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Bd5 - mate in 2.
Bd5+ Qf7 there is no mate in two
it was nice not to give up the Q
my 8-yr old granddaughter helped me with this one.
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I solved this one.
Good use of active pieces and Pins.
Easy and nice
Have a nice day; bonne journée.
Should have been obvious from the beginning: In the end, the White Knight always gets the glory and they live happily ever after, whoever they are.
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Also possible with bishop on d5.
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