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Very tricky pattern. Much enjoyed!
Mate in 5
Beautiful ! :-)
that was a good puzzle
1. Bxf7+ leads to a mate in three. On 1. Bxf7+ if 1...Kh8 then 2. Qxf6#.
If 1...Kxf7 then 2. Qxf6+. If 2...Kg8 then 3. Qxg7# or 3. Qf8#. If 2...Ke8 then 3. Qe7#.
Better. Thanks for not giving away how many moves until mate.
Very good puzzle!
It was hard, tbh i had to use the help button
I like it
very good one
nice, took me 2 min.s
Thanks for the lesson.
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