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I've had this mating pattern a couple times:
hey, sunshiny! pess permission to put the name of my puzzle next time
but is all ok.
wouldn't 1...Bxg5 have been blacks better move?
That's as good a move as Nxd1
MrStixBC, that's not a legal move
pedro823, I'm a little confused.. are you saying you made this puzzle?
Not sure what he's saying. Although the mate pattern itself is a classic, i set the rest of the positions.
Bxg5 is not a legal move as the black king is in double check with the white bishop and rook so therefore must move. and i dont know whether pedro made this puzzle but i extremely doubt it as his puzzles are ridiculously dumb and this one is not.
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