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similar to legal's mate.
not that easy...
I'd like to see the moves that led up to this position. Must have been a hell of a game.
i did the family fork
I enjoyed this one very much, it's not everyday that you witness a check-mate in the middle of the board.
Why not qxd4 or nxd4 for the second move of the blacks? With a queen sacrifice, the mat can't happend, right? (2.qxd4 3be3 3qxe4!)
qxd4 kf3 mate
Cool puzzle. At least better than yesterday...
Nf7 was my original instinct, forking the King & Queen
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Wow, good position :)
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