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its mate in 2 and not 3 isnt it?
Wouldn't black win then by Rook to e1
what ? there must be Queen sacrifice or it must be easier because its Sunday !!! :D
Better Sunday puzzle than usual.
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Nice finish to a sunny Sunday !
C'est le deuxième coup qui valide le premier... le troisième, c'est du gâteau. Bonne journée.
I like cake...
not mate in 1??
why not 1Qh6 and then 2Qxh7 or 2Qxg7 would be checkmate.
because rook e1 checkmate
Easy one. But really nice.
i love sunday
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