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This is A. Giese - A. Alekhine, Moscow 1905 (C33 - King's Gambit Accepted, Bishop's Gambit) after 27...Nf4xh3+ 28.gxh3.
Qf3 looks like a mating net.
@yeres30 very nice one :) thx!
I've found mate in 4 (by Queen). Is it right? But I couldn't find this game in my Database. where did u get it from?
Edit: - Yes, it is mate by Queen: 1...Bh2+ 2.Kxh2 Qf4+ 3.Kg1 Qg3+ 4.Qg2 Qxg2#
I don't see that position in the link given.
He gives the move numbers, he just flipped the board so you could see from blacks side.
@yeres30 thx a lot for a link
1... Qf3 is definitely winning, but White can delay mate by the desperate 2. Ne4 Qxe4 3. Qf5+ Qxf5 4. Rf1
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