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Couln't we play Q h6, first?
Wouln't be a good move?
Ok! Got it! Sorry!
right to the point
yup, it's Sunday. Good puzzle.
Couldn't this puzzle have been solved in two moves without sacrifices? Something like put the queen to d3 and h7?
Pretty good puzzle for a Sunday.
I concur! You know, this gadsdenpurchase guy seems pretty perceptive.
if you start with Qh6, you can mate in 2
1. Qd3, g6 and there's no mate.
yeah, right mate in 2 "by jwerk"
This was very difficult and required many tries.
easy one !
very useful puzzle
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