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1. Re8+ Rxe8 2. Rxe8+ Rxe8 3. f7+ b2 4. fxe8 = Q+ Kg7 5. Bxb2+ (then if Nxb2 it's followed by 6. Qe5+ recovering the piece with winning advantage).
Spend the rooks on checks on e8, then f7+ followed by fxe8(Q), and White will win.
Trade rooks then push the pawn for discover-check, Right?
f7and there is no defenceagainst rook and bishopdouble checkIt is mate
1. Re8+ Rxe8 2. f7+ b2 3. Rxe8+ Rxe8 4. fxe8Q+ Kg7 5. Bxb2+ Nxb2 6. Qe5+ Kh6 7. Qxb2 1-0
1. Re8 Rxe82. Rxe8 Rxe83. f7+Easy or i'm in good shape this morning.
Re8 & Re8 + discovered ch winsWe are getting easy problems
1. Re8+ Rxe82. Rxe8+ Rxe83. f7+ b24. Bxb2+ Nxb2 (Ne5 Bxe5 Rxe5 f8=Q#)5. fxe8=Q+ Kg76. Qe5+ Kh67. Qxb2Up with Q+1p vs. B+3p.
1. Re8+!! Rxe82. Rxe8+! Rxe83. f7+ b24. fxe8=Q+ 1-0
1. Re8+ Rxe82. f7++
f7There is no defence againstmate. If pawn b2 then f7 pawn queens with the help of rooks
Actually, I think f7+ works as move 2# also, even though most of us wanted it to be move 3#.How can black deviate from:1. Re8+ Rxe82. f7+ g23. Bxg2 Nxg24. Rxe8+ etc.I looked at:2. ... Ne53. Rxe5!and now the discovered threat looks overwhelming.However starting with 2 rook checks and playing 3. f7+ was clearer and easier to calculate...
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