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1. Rd7+ Ke82. Qh5+ g6 (2. ... Kf8 3. Qf7#)3. Qxg4 Be7 (3. ... Rg7 see below)4. Qxe6 Rg75. Rxe7+ Kf8 (5. ... Rxe7 6. Qg8#)6. Qf6+ and 7. Qf8# or 7. Qxg7#3. ... Rg74. Qxe6+ Kf8 (4. ... Be7 transposes; 4. ... Re7 5. Qg8#)5. Qxf6+ Ke86. Qxg7 and 7. Qe7#
I don't have time to do this thoroughly, but I imagine it starts with 1.Rd7 followed by 2.Qh5 and 3.Qxg4. It leaves white with an attack on the e6 square, and I don't see a ready defense for black.
Here's a clue: the queen can move right across the board.
I don't think it leads to mate, but 1. Rd7+ Ke8 2. c7 wins a colossal amount of material.
Bishop to D4 Game over.
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