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Sac the queen and it falls into place.
Keep it simple.
Nice Queen sac for mate!!!
easy for a friday
I thought Nd6 would be a good first move, but i may have missed something.
Really looks like this famous mate in 8, against the dutch by Edward Lasker.
Cool :) !
Nice double check!
Kérjük, legyél lényegre törő, segítőkész és kedves!
While the solution provides for the shortest theoretic win, I would choose 1. Nc5 any day, because black can then choose between mate in 1 or loosing his Q. Chances are that black would resign immediately, which means win in 1 move instead of 4...
Guys f4# is also mate instead of h4#
Yes it is
Easy, but a good puzzle!
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