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easy...actually this puzzle has a way to mate faster than this....
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is it so...
Only got bogged down by move 4. Were the Queen not on f8, the solution for mate in 5 would be 1. g4+ fxg3 2. Ne3+ Kf4 3. Ng2 Kf3 4. Rxg3+ Ke2 and Bh5#. In this line, with Queen on f8, Bh5+ is met by 5. ... Qf3 and then 6. Bxf3 mates. All in all, this was a nice puzzle for the weekend.
I dont understand why king has to move.
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