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I guess this is it:1. Nd5+!! exd52. Bxf6+! Kd63. Be5+! Ke74. Bd6#Regards,Paulo Cezar Filho
Double check!! Discovered check!! Rampage!!1. Nd5+ exd5 (1. .. Nxd5 2. Qh7+ Bg7 3. Qxg7#) 2. Bxf6+ Kd6 3. Bxd8+ Re6 4. Qxe6#
1. Nd5+ exd5 (1. ... Nxd5 2. Qh7+ Bg7 3. Qxg7#) 2. Bxf6++ Kd6 3. Bxd8+ Nf6 4. Nxe8 1-0
1. Nd5+!If.1.....Nxd5. 2.Qh7+.Bg7. 3.Qxg7mateIf1.....exd5. 2.Bxg5+Kd6. 3.Bxd8+.Nf6. 4.Rxe8.Kd7. 5.Qf7+.Kd6. 6.Qxf6ch, etc winning easilyHarry
The awesome power of the double check.Nd5+!! ..Nxd5 Qh7+ Bg7 Qxg7#..exd5 Bxf6+ Kd6 Be5+ Ke7 Bd6#
Are you shure that black has three knights?It doesn't mind for the solution.
1.Nd6+ exd6 (1...Nxd6 2.Qh7+ Bg7 3.Qxg7#)2.Bxf6+ Kd6 (only move)3.Bxd8+ with an easy win for white. Can't see a better continuation.Cheers.
Nd5! Nxd5?Qh7+ wins for whiteNd5! exd5Bxf6+ Kd6Bxd8+ wins for white
1. d5 exd (else 2. d6#)2. Bxf6+ Kd63. Rxd5+ Kc6 or Kc74. Bxd8+ 1-0Mark
d5 seems to lead to a victory?
Well, Nd5 just leaps out at me almost instantly (like, within 5 seconds). If black takes the knight with the pawn, then white can move the bishop with discovered check (mate in 4 total starting with Bxf6). If black takes with the knight, this leaves no way to prevent Qh7+ followed by mate. Let's just fill out the details:1. Nd5 ed52. Bf6! Kd6 (only legal move)3. Be5 Ke7 (only legal move)4. Bd6#And....1. Nd5 Nd52. Qh7! Bg7 (only legal move)3. Qg7#Much easier than that puzzle from yesterday which is still hurting my head.
d5?? Loses to Nxe5!
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