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I love it when one of those Tactics Trainer scenarios shows up in a real game :-)
Haha I love the title. " 'Scuse me dear, but you're blocking the doorway."
Hm... just Qf7 would have won as well and faster, but okay
What about Black plays Ng8 in that position?
2.Qg6 Nf6 3.Rxf6 with mate shortly- it's pretty much a matter of taste, but 1.Qf7 is not faster.
Yeah, after Rf8 +, the Black also has Ng8, which would postpone mate by a few moves.
No there is a difference. In that position, there is Qxg8 mate
good rook sacrifice for the win !! nice puzzle yet easy for me
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