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Another Queen sac, love it.
sacrifice of queen and fork of knight, great & easy
I prefer the 3 move mate without the sac. Nf7 Kg8 - Nd8 Kf8 or Kh8 with Qf7# and Qg8# respectively.
too good and easy
Pryhoża, alie nadta liohka.
Gonna have to restart that Rsac count.
Wasn't the soln rather obvious even for a wood pusher such as myself?
didn't they do this one already?
Smothered mate in a variation (queen supported by a bishop)!
You could even mate with smothered mate and winning the black queen!1 Nf7+ Kg8 2 Nxh6+ Kh8 (2...Kf8 3 Qf7#) 3 Qg8+ Rxg8 4 Nf7#
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