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Very obvious,For once the Q sac was the perfect move to take N protecting h7,so you could mate with Rh7,pawn on e5 forced Qxf8 making Rh7#.Thank's Chess.Com,good day chess head's.One more for the good guy's!!
I'll give up my Queen everyday for a nice Mate!
Simple puzzle! It is important to take notice the impact of the knight on f8.
Good use of Queen.
sealed by pawn...
Queen sacrafice for the mate. Nice one.
did this before school today and still am not on the first page!
Nice queen sacrifice.
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