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first try.... but what genius came up with this problem? It is fantastic.
I get it force then finish of the job!
I like the sacrifice of the rook and decoy on the next move. Very good and instructive.
Simple yet effective
Took me forever to find it with trial and error. My solution was 1 Qd8+ Kg7 2 Re6. The threat of Rg6+ forces Be4 and white wins the bishop but I usually miss mates like this anyway.
Great puzzle!! I think that was one of the best
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