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1. Ra1 Qb2/b3/c42. Q:f8+ K:f83. Ra8+ Qb8/c84. R:b8/c8#
I am pretty tempted by 1. Ra1 and if for example 1. ...Qc4, I can play 2.Qxf8 followed by 3. Ra8+ which mates soon. The other queen retreats don't seem to fare any better.
1. Ra1 Qb2 2. Qxf8+ and white wins a rook. If 2. ... Kxf8 then 3. Ra8+ Qb8 3. Rxb8#. All that black has left is to accept the loss of rook (2. ... Kh7).
1.Ra11...Qc4 2.Qxf8+ Kh7 （ 2...Kxf8 3.Ra8+ ）3.Nxf5 Rxf51...Qxf2+ 2.Kxf2 Nxd4+ 3.Kg11.Qxf8+?? Kxf8 2.Ra1 Qxa1 3.Rxa1 Nxd4 4.Ra8+ Ke7
1. Ra1, with the idea 2. Qf8:+ and 3. Ra8 mate, seems to win out of hand.
Ra1, Q moves then Qxf8. or am i missing something?
1. Ra1 Qxa12. Rxa1 1-0If 1. ... Qxx (any other move)2. Qxf8+ Kxf8 (forced, else rook down)3. Ra8+ 1-0
I like:1. Ra1!Attacking queen and preparing a later Ra8+.1. ... Qc4 anything better?2. Qxf8+!The "bomb". But I saw this move right away.2. ... Kh7 (Kxf8?? Ra8+ Qc8 Rxc8#)and white is up with a rook.
1. Ra1 Qc4 or Qb2 or Qd22. Qxf8+2. … Kh7White is up a rook.2. … Kxf83. Ra8#or3. Ra8+ Qb84. Rxb8#
White wins at least a rook, or mates if Black doesn't recapture on f8.1. Ra1 Qc4 (or Qb2 or Qd2) 2. Qxf8+ Kxf8 3. Ra8+ Qc8 4. Rxc8#
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