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wow brilliant sacs
Average and useful.
3 minor piece sac!? :)
Heh, this game is far from over. A R+K vs Q+K ending in checkmate is incredibly difficult to achieve. If there's a solution that spares at least one other white piece, it'd make things easier.
I agree , it seems the trick is for white to get his/her king close enough to the black king to make the checks meaningful otherwise this could end in a draw
Thank you for the puzzle, it was difficult for me.
Tricky.Please be relevant, helpful & nice!
Quite straightforward once you've worked out White's strategy but I wouldn't relish having to play that endgame with K+Q vs K+R !
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