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If the king moves anywhere else on the second move, he will be mated on the next move no matter what.
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Qc8 .. Qf8+ Qg8+ then Qg5 Mate also , )
why doesnt the king move out to g6 or f6 instead of going back to g8?
black has a forced mate in 4 moves, so white has to act quickly
Really this is a nice puzzle , the containing couplse of forced moved and no otherway for white to survive other than this nice idea.
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not a nice puzzle player shouldnt make this kind of move .... really workless
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