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good puzzle and very tough
That was hard!
Amazing friday puzzle.
first move was really hasrd to see.
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awesome puzzle: best I've ever seen! :D
hmm... would like to investigate variations that reject the sac.
@DaveRimka: It means that they made it early enough to be on the first page of the forum. Not exactly sure why this matters, but it's always a race, and that's just my opinion. :D
it took me a while and how did the pawn get to h8????????
Nice puzzle, here is interesting blitz - Sicilian defense!
8/1/2015 - GM Shirov - GM Volokitin, Russian Club Cup, 2009
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