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Yes. Begin with Rxg7+...follow with a bishop check and mate delivered by the queen.
1. Rxg7+ Kxg72. Be5+ with mate to follow:If 2. ..Kg83. Qg6+ Kf84. Qg7++If 2. ..Kf73. Qf6+ Kg84. Qg7++If 2. ..Kh73. Qe7+ Qf74. Qxf7+ Kh65. Qg7++
White obviously has to keep checking, so:1. Rxg7+ Kxg7 2. Be5+ followed by mate in 2 more moves.
Way too simple...1. Rxg7+ Kxg72. Be5+ and White mates in 3 moves maximum
After 5 seconds , I think Rxg7 should be the way
The threat Qxg2# reduces the options very much and 5th rank is closed for black king and this makes it easy:1. Rxg7+ Kxg7 (only legal move)2. Qe7+ Kg6/Kh6 (Kg8 d8=Q#)3. Rd6+ Qe6 (only legal move)4. Rxe6#
Sorry, of course Rd6? wasn't possible! Still it's easy, but more variations to look at:1. Rxg7+ Kxg72. Be6+! (only possibility)A.2. ... Kh73. Qe7+ Qf7 (only delay of Qg7#)4. Qxf7+ Kh65. Qg7#B.2. ... Kg83. d8=R+ (R is enough) Kh7 (Kf7 Qf6#)4. Rxh8# (the efficient move)C.2. ... Kf73. Qf6+ Kg84. d8=R+ Kh75. Qg7#I hope I didn't stumble now...
1. Rxg7+ Kxg7 2. Be5+ Kf7 (A. 2. ... Kg8 3. Qg6+ Kf8 4. Qg7#; B. 2. ... Kh7 3. Qe7+ Kg6 4. Qg7#) 3. Qf6+ Kg8 4. Qg7#
1. ♖xg7+ ♚xg72. ♗e5+2. … ♚g83. d8=♕+3. … ♚f74. ♕6f6#3. … ♚h74. ♕8e74. … ♛f75. ♕xf7#4. … ♚g85. ♕g6#2. … ♚f73. ♕f6+ ♚g84. ♕g7#2. … ♚h73. ♕e7+3. … ♚g6 or ♚h6 or ♚g84. ♕g7#3. … ♛f74. ♕xf7+ ♚h65. ♕g7#
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