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If you can solve this puzzle in under 5 minutes, this will mean that you have a sharp eye for tactics and your skill could be around master level, 2200 USCF. Take a look and try to solve this!
Please comment down here and tell me if you like the puzzle, solved it or not, etc. Thanks! ;)
who came up wth this puzzle?
How about 7.e6?
He could still escape
The puzzle was in one of my live chess games, chams...
7. e6 is a little worse than Nxf7!. Ciel, use a computer to see why white wins after ...Bxd5
very interesting puzzle but i think that 9 move for whites is wrong in this puzzle - if they play 9.Qf6 they will win in one. What do u think about this.........
It's hard because the mate is not forced.
I think your correct....h8 or g6 does the trick
good puzzle, solved it after many tries.
Great puzzle! I solved it but it took a LOT more then 5 minutes.
I solved it in about 5 too 10 min for me!
mate is not forced, move 9 = Qf6 is better and one move mate.
1 second for me
i might end up sounding dumb but what does Ne4 threaten?
I am suprised I solved it with relative ease, missed only 1 move on my first try and it was that long range fork. nice!!!
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