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1.Be4 Rb72.Rxa7+ Bxa73.Qb8+ Rxb84.Nc7mate
1. Be4+ Rb72. Rxa7+ Bxa73. Qb8+ Rxb84. Nc7mate
1. Be4+ Rb72. Bxb7+ Kxb73. Qe4+ Rc64. Ra7+ Bxa75. Nd6+ Nxd66. Qe7+ Rc77. Qc7#
Seevrsl near misses so no wonder the word "precision" is used.Forced is1. Be4+ Rb7 (if Rc6, then Qb8#)2. Qb8+ Rxb83. Rxa7+ Bxa74. Nc7#
1. Rxa7+ Bxa7 2. Be4+ Rb7 3. Qb8+ Rxb8 4. Nc7#
1. Be4+ Rb72. Qb8+!! Rxb8 forced3. Rxa7+! Bxa7 forced4. Nc7#!!!If1. ... Rc62. Bxc6+ Rb73. Qc8#Harry!
Be4+ - Rb7 2. R:a7 - B:a7 3. Qb8+
Double sacrifice! Smothered mate by knight!! Very neat!!!1. Be4+ Rb72. Qb8+!! Rxb8 (Rc6? Qb8+#)3. Rxa7+!! Bxa74. Nc7+#
To Oleg Mezjuev:1. Rxa7+?fails to1. ... Rxa7To enforce taking on a7 with bishop, you have to start with:1. Be4+ Rb7This is the only winning first move, to minimize blacks options, which is also quite intuitive.The next 2 moves seem interchangable.
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