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Why not Bf7 followed by Qg6? It Leads to Mate in 2..
1. ... Re1+ prevents 2.Qg6#
1. Bxf7 Re1+2.Rxe1 Qxf7,3.Qxf7+ Kxf7
and white has the advantage, but no quick win ... and it certainly wasn't a mate in 2.
There are several variations, but they all seem to result in an advantage for white, but no quick win.
odd but its a great puzzle
always on the fourth page by the time i get on :P
1. Bxf7 Rxe8 - better !
cheese puzzle again
nice and easy
Mostly, when I see a puzzle like this, I understand easily that I have to sac sth ! Great puzzle !!
risolto facile, il solito sacrificio
Forced #3... have a nice day ; bonne juornée.
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