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what? he would have done g8 man!
Why bring in the queen? so that he could get mate?
If you don't be careful, you will be checkmated by the 5 move checkmate.:)
3...Qg5xf5 and it doesnt work ._.
This puzzle is impossible to ever occur in chess, but even if it does, white doesn't even have a forced mate.
move the pawn above the king up one and++
this is a puzzle that is not possible you have two white bisschops on white??
Easy and Nice And Helpfull
You are a genius.. how did I not see that bahahaha
i got stuck a little, but eventually found it out
If you like mates in 4's, here's another one:
Mate in 2:
Such a beautiful puzzle
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