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first one isn't mate i 4 either. Black isn't forced to take on g6 and has the zwischenzug with Qxf2 making it a mate in 5.
25. Nf5+, Kh8, 26. Qxg6, Qxf2 27. Kxf2, Rf7 28. Qxf7, X 29. Qg7#
I loked at the players for the first one and played the least likely move that I would play, and it was correct 3 times in a row. Second one was well played by you, show off!
Easy problems. The first one is a good problem... I had already solved it earlier.
Ah, right on time! Good job.
The first one is mate in 5...
1.Nf5 Kh8 2.Qxg6 Qxf2+ 3.Kxf2 hxg6 4.Rh3+ Nh6 5.Rxh6#
Still a good puzzle/game though
Both easy! In the 1st one seen it before. The 2nd was figuring out where the king can go and preventing it.
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