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In a recent game on chess.com I got a mate in the opening. But if my opponent had made a different last move, I could have sacrificed my queen for a rook and forced a promotion in the opening.
I'm afraid we'll see this in a Sunday puzzle soon
Or black could have played bxc6?
It is good your looking for idea's like that mate! But your opponent played badly and deserved it too.
yeah, i am going to have to agree w/ the above coment. To leave a pawn sitting on the 6 file that has the ability to capture is bad enough but to let it result in a mate is horrific.
instead of Qe6, i prefer for Nb4 for black move. yah Croat_1993, i think you are right.
Pretty cool, it is not always such a clean punishment of a bad opponent's opening. Nice tactics, P!
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