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which is the reason for the other line
Please tell me what I'm missing:
1. Ng5 h6 2. Bh7+ Kh8 3. Ng6#
its good, but the problem is that a mate in 4 is not forced, if you play like 1...Rxf2 and go Kf8 if you take with the knight, or Qa1+ if you take with the rook
Got it. Thanks!
1. Ng5 Rf6
1..Rxf2 is no good
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.
Is the Caro-Kann the opening I was searching for or should I go for 1...e5 ?
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