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You puzzle counts you wrong for finding a quicker mate. Both 3. Qxg6# and 3. Qf4# are faster mates than the solution given in the puzzle.
Or even better, 2. Qxg6#.
Queen sac is the only guaranteed mate.
The comment you are quoting refers to the puzzle provided in post #114, not the daily puzzle.
hermoso jaque mate, genial.
5/31/2016 - Jonathan Tejeda, Benedito amador Dom Rep 2001
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