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this is normal position.
mate could have been avoided !
Checkmate in the center of the board and without a queen... it's beautiful!!
nice puzzle. like the idea. i guess this makes up 4 the really really easy puzzle yesterday. well, i guess it was a sunday...
Opted for the wrong pawn check on move two - otherwise pretty straightforward. Good puzzle though
qxp, pf4+------nxp, same thing
Like this one.
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!)
then simply f4 would end it
2.qxd4 or nxd4 3.f4#
If Qxd4 or Nxd4 then f4 mate.
lke this puzzle; is that an opening trap, what were the first moves??
Cool. Got it the first time through. :)
mate in 3 if 1.Nce4+,Ke5 2.f3+Kxf3 3.d4#
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