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I've got to admit, it's a lit tougher than usual.
nice one again
P.S.- @srati61 You made your checkmates in those two puzzles a lot more complicated than it should've been, unless you were trying to make your opponent lose all his pieces.
Why would you move Q when you had mate with Qh3,Qg2,Qg1? I don't get it
Hi all player, after many, many attempts I solved the quiz
Great v tough! Hate it
after you see the mate pattern it's easy to find the correct move order. Problem is it's not so trivial! Nice problem!
good one indeed.
Nice but not easy
LET`s Play a chess game,there!
solved it in 5 minutes
very good puzzle
The sistem can`t realise the win of white.
always sacrifice move
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