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Viktor Korchnoi announces MATE IN 4! Can you find it?
1 Qg7+ Ke8 2 Qxe7+ Kxe7 3 Rg7+ Ke8 4 Nf6#
Tags: Vulnerable King, Queen Sacrifice, Remove the Defender, Mate in 3+
what if 3...Kh6!
would it still be mate in five?
I did it, althought i might have seen this game ages ago i think. in four really?
why not rxg6
Very good puzzle.
easy want mate in 6
1 Rxg6 Bxg7
Thanks Pavo13 for your suggestion, but it doesn't change the fact black will loose the game. With this exchange, black will loose their bishop at least thanks the second rook and the placement outside of the range of the Queen
No way to win the game, except an error of the White.
Very clever, nice thought
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