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DCP loves that Qsac
queen sac for the win
While you're worried on being 1st, I'm working at printing newspaper.
But I miss being 1st or at the 1st page.. I used to put nice songs.
too easy !!!!
The allway's possible Q sac to start off a forced mate!!! We were do for a Q sac puzzle.The B's took care of the rest,forcing black K to f7,and then Bg6# protected by the N on e7 to put black to the end.The Bg6 move crossed the path of the Bc3,hence the title.Thank's Chess.Com,good day chesshead's!!!
it was a easy problem
I played 1. Bc3 Can anyone explain what is wrong with that move? 1. Bc3 Qe1+ 2. Kxe1 ... 3. Qxh6# Of course, it is not so pretty as a Queen sac know...
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