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quite intesting moves...
there aere a lot of possiblities to sort through to find the best path. well done chess.com on a thoughtful puzzle.
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Very good puzzle
why pawn takes knight instead of Kh5?
So much fun! Good one.
Nice puzzel. Got it with help from my son (didn't see Qh3).
@ygrex: Nf6 keeps him in check. Played with a bit in my head and I'm not seeing a path out of mate with that move - but I'm just a Patz.
This is MATE IN 5! Can you find it?
1. Rxf7+; Kxf7 (If Kd8 2. Qd7#)
2. Qxe6+; Kg7 (If Kf8 3. Qf7#)
3. Qf7+; Kh8 4. Qxh5+; Kg7 5. Qh6#
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