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What if they didn't capture the queen? Would you capture the queen or go for the mate? It doesn't matter since it's still mate in 3.
1...Qxe8 2.Qc7+ Ka8 3.Qc8+ Qxc8 4.Rxc8 mate just one move plus
THIS IS AMAZINGGG>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Nice Puzzle "Deltaquad"!
all puzal in only one style
very easy mate
Can we get some black to move puzzles?
Nd4 the key move
Deltaquad's puzzle on page one looks like it has an alternate solution. It looks like Nd2 should work. I'll show it in this diagram.
It actually seems that there are several squares that the f3 knight can go to and still result in a mate in two.
jake, Nd2 will be answered by f5. And no mate in two.
I don't think f5 works because of Qxe4.
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