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I see mate in 4. If you still want mate in 5 just see the variation. ;)
Indeed it is mate in 4 if not for 3....Qxd5+
3.Qh6 Qxd5+ forces 4.cxd5 and only then 5.Qxh7# or 5.Qg7#
Nice one. Thanks for showing it. So it is mate in 5 actually. Thanks again. :)
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