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1. Nef6+ followed by 2. Q:h7#
1. Nef6+ gxf6 2. Qxh7#
1. Nef6+ any2. Qxh7#
five seconds were enough:1. Nef6+, whatever2. Qxh7#
1.Nef6+! (Clears the way for Queen to attack h7)1....Any2.Qxh7#
1. Nef6+ and mate on h7 follows quickly.On another note, I found a nice combination from this position in a blitz game.1. Nf3 d5 2. c4 dc 3. e4 g6 4. B:c4 Bg7 5. Nc3 Nd7 6. 0-0 c5 7. d4 cd 8. N:d4 Ngf6. Perhaps your readers would be amused to find it.
1. Nef6+ Qxf6 or gxf6 or Kh82. Qxh7#
The central knight can move to f6, giving check. White can move his king, or take the n with the pawn or Q. All three reult in mate on h7. Took me more than 5 secs but I'm cautious. I expect when I look again I will see I have blundered.
1.Nef6+ followed by Qxh7#1-0
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