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The Bishop sacrifice was the immediate and obvious choice! It prevents the retreat of the Black King to the e8 square and it pulls the Black King into unprotected waters for an Icy Cold Death by the IceQueen!
nice Monday puzzle.....
Crazy, insane puzzle.
took me 4 seconds to work it out, like just 4 seconds
I love to sac for the mate!!!
took me a few seconds, I have started looking for the Queen sac everytime, makes a change to sac a different piece - but a sac mate just the same!
why not Qg7# ? or am i missing something
really cool mate :)
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Good puzzle, the end game is clean and efficient this way.
@amsscalise: 2. Qg7+ Qxg7 u lost the queen...
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