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It actually should be two. The queen didn't have to move. The rook could have gone up one move earlier.
Good one... that was a SENSIBLE queen sacrifice... I might even possibly be able to spot it in a game. maybe :P
Easy, I thought this was sunday for a moment
I saw all the right pieces but......5th lol
why are they always doing mate in something puzzles?
who knows? Why not material gain or defensive strategy puzzles once in a while? I agree with Flameblaze! :D
i'm still studying mate in 2 but I easily solved this mate in 3 puzzle
its the very easy mate in 3 i've seen ever
what is point?
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