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Take a close look at how Black is defending d7.


Soultanbeieff-Mendlewicz, 1925: A wonderful example of a double epaulette mate: 1.Bf3!! Qxf3 2.Qxb8+ Rxb8 3.Rdxd7+ Kc8 4.Rc7+ Kd8 5.Rgd7#

 

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