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common pattern that happens in blitz against the french defense.
2 Qxg6+ mates next but it won't let me play it! I think the interweb is broken.
It would've worked with 2.Qxg6.
lol easiest puzzle i've ever done on this site
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cool. much more fun to play 2. Qxg6 hxg6 3. Bxg6# - yay sacked the queen for the win makes a much better story in the pub!
yeah you can sac the queen on move two thats what I did
Qxg6 works just as well for the purposes of this puzzle
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