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I tried to fork the queen instead of mate. In my honest opinion forking the queen would be just as good because it would be enough to win the game, and probably be a faster way to win because most players would immediately resign.
I solved this puzzle. Happy 4th of July, USA!
Josh from New York City.
Easy, Peesy, Japaneesssee :)
easy and good one
Medium difficulty.Please be relevant, helpful & nice!
Nice zigzag pattern with queen but not very good puzzle as there are loads of ways to win even if this is the only mate in 3.
but real games are like this, loads of ways to win (or force winning positions) but only one mate in three, and looking for the quick win does save you extra work, so its worth it in the end
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