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I think this is a good puzzle that leads to interesting play, but they should change the title.
this is not a mate in 2 puzzle. what if black moves his queen to d7?
There are several black moves to avoid mate in 2!
Puzzle wth a lot of loose ends, replying wth 1..Kd7 will nt mate n two!
this is a help mate
but nice puzzle
3rd page for me
i couldn't really figure it out. im not used to sacrificing my queen like that, but it was very clever. it took me a while to get that one. even if black had captured the queen with its bishup, it would still be mate. tell me if im wrong.it was a nice problem anyway, very tricky.
didn't see that coming
has options that stall mate in 2......nxn and p. g7 and bishop move or rook----
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