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i did it
I can't help but wonder if black had a better 1st move.
tactical brilliancy on the move. nice.
4. Rh6 is equally good
The noose just kept getting tighter
very nice puzzle
pretty straight forward, although nice discovered check.
only move??? non interest
Thought problem could have been solved with fewer moves, but whho am I to judge, still learning............
what about Bc2 at the frist move to force the black bishop to move or kill it ?!! plz someone answer me plz !!!
The last move shouldn't be in the puzzle. Two possible mates - either rook can move to the h-file.
Yes. You are correct.
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