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good one :)
It's all about the flytrap if it takes one extra move that's fine because it just is so cool
There is a smothered mate. 1. Qd6+ Ka82. Nc7+ Kb83. Na6!+ Ka84. Qb8??!!+ Rxb85. Nc7#
Nice and fun!
2... Kb83. Na6+3... Ka84. Qb8†4. Rxb85. Nc7#
Ye old windmill! I love that tactic.
I love discovered checks.
Honestly... mate in 5 is as good as mate in 4. Who gives a poop - I solved it correctly for all I care.
Easy work !
sweet, simple and straightforward, thanks for the puzzle & MEOW to all...
that was a sweet checkmate... :D
much elegant is 3.Na6++ Ka8(3...Ka7 Qc7#) 4.Qb8! Rb8 5.Nf7#
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SER.. White to move and mate in 3...
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