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i like men saying ' peuuuf easy ' all right dude you done this like everyboby ...
Opera game ending.
nice one queen sacrifies
Well, yeah, 1700+ players should be able to spot the pattern fairly quickly...
How did the black e pawn get to b2? Impossible position.
Let's say, just for example, when White's e-pawn was on e4, Black's was on e5, and it took a pan on d4, a Knight on c3, and another pawn on b2.
The queen sac is always a good hint.
stupid puzzle...why not Qh3?
Because there is a white pawn on g4 blocking the queen's path to h3.
The conditions are just so perfect ahah
awesome puzzle! took me a while...
turtle hawks and barnacle bills.exactly the one's i'd play the other day
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