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Queen sac again; double knights plus bishop are murder!
Have a nice day ; bonne journée.
Another puzzle with Qh7+ sac Kxh7(forced) 2.Nf6+...Kh6,if Kh8, 3.Neg6#,so 3.Neg4+...Kg5(forced) 4.h4#.Like I said yesterday allmost every puzzle start's off with a sac then check's till mate,most time's it's the Q that get's saced,as today,setting up K to be checked again with Nf6+ leaving K with only one move Kh6, 3.Neg4+...Kg5(forced) 4.h4#.I would like to see puzzle with out a forced mate from start.How many time's do you end up sacing your Q in real game?,maybe exchange.But I never just sac my Q,unless I can see mate,and that never seem's to happen in my game's,but I guess that's why it's a puzzle!!
cool pazzle :)
Do you really think black would have taken the N? and not seen the Q mate.
Please tell me what I'm missing:
1. Ng5 h6 2. Bh7+ Kh8 3. Ng6#
"Mate in 4 Again" = Queen Sacrifice Again
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