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1. Nb5 cxb5 2. Qf4
i have no idea for do this.Visalus
1. Nb5 cxb5 2. Qf4, and if 2... Qxf4 3. Rxd8+ followed by mate.
e5 looks very strong! A few possible variations:1. e5! Nd72. Nxf7!! Kxf7 (or Re8)3. Bd6! 1-01. e5! Ng42. Nxc8! Rxd43. Ne7+!! Kh8 (or Kf8)4. Bxd4 Qxe75. Bxb6 1-01. e5! Ne8Not sure about this line, but White's position looks promising after2. Bxa3
1. Nb5, pxN2. Qf4, Qd73. RxQnot clear it wins, but otherwise White remains a pawn down.
Black's Rd8 is guarded only by the Q, and protects the back rank. 1. Nb5 cb 2. Qf4 and Black must choose among 2...R:d4 2. Q:c7, 2...Qd7 3. R:d7 R:d7, or 2...Q:f4 3. R:d8+ and mate next.
Well, I can see that white wants to deflect the queen from guarding d8, but I am not really seeing the correct line. Definitely overlooking something here.
I see it now. Yikes! The second move is the hard one to find.
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