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Too too easy!!!
why not this
Bf6 is bad and much better is Bf8 which traps the queen. You have to go the same route as the solution so all you really do is waste tempo.
Today I have two more puzzles for you. Can you find both solutions?
An easy mate in 1 : http://jornalheiros.blogspot.com/2013/04/xadrez-mate-em-1.html
A hard mate in 6 : http://jornalheiros.blogspot.com/2013/04/xadrez-mate-em-6-andrija-fuderer.html
did both pretty easy
actually too easy
nice queen sac and rook checkmate
If I can solve it within 10 seconds, it's easy!
good queen sacrifice. i think this is called the andersson's mate
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