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nice.. q sac again...lol
better than many puzzles we have seen...
Always consider the possibilities opened up by a Queen Sacrifice - especially if it's a chess.com daily puzzle.
Black's only alternative would have been 1. ... Kh8, and that would have allowed white to checkmate on the next move.
Bit of trouble with the first move but then everything fell into place. Not at all obvious from the beginning though !
I may not have quickly solved it if the puzzle had been from a different site. But with Chess.com, where most puzzles involve a queen sac, it was predictable.
I like it, I like it a lot...
another queen sacrifice
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