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both puzzles were easy but they are both good
too much of queen sacrifying puzzles...
nice and interesting.
I'm just so happy no one said "first"
1.Re8+ also mates, but I guess it takes one move longer after 1...Qxe8 2.Qc7+ Ka8 3.Qc8+ Qxc8 4.Rxc8 mate. I prefer puzzles that don't have multiple solutions of roughly equal value.
You are right. I thought briefly of 1.Re8+ Qxe8, but didn't follow it any further, because I immediately saw the 1.Qc7+ Qxc7 sequence that would let me move Re8+ without the rook being captured.
Nice it is
A beginners problem
Mate in Two
Black Queen can not go to e8, but d8. Which will be mate by same move, Rf5++
Alright puzzle, took one move before i figured it out
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