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Black had no chance, 1.Rxh6+...Kxh6, 2.Qg6#.With Q on h file black was forced to take R,then N on h4 covered Qg6#.Nice puzzle,getting to that position made it an easy mate.Thank's Chess.Com,good day chess heads!!!
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Once you know it's a mate in 2, you can quickly reject all the other first moves. (Any non-check moves are rejected because of the pawn's threat on the white queen).
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very obvious moves...
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The 1st move was the last I could think of Helpful puzzle to progress.
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