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I posted below puzzle that i have cracked my head for a day, still can't solve..Maybe anybody help on this?
It's a puzzle with 10 pieces. The position is an obvious one with very limited posibilities. If you can't solve it, it is not a real puzzle. As I can see, white can't move and win.
fxe8# is a mate in 3.
A mate in 3 that black can avoid.
But, gxf7+ can be met with Qxf7+.
How about this?
Hi Eseles, i think 1. gxh7 Qxd8+
ooops! right... :/
i have to think again, and better ;)
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