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Anyone else see 2. Ra7+ also forces a mate?
what are the move's after Ra7+...KxRa7?
why not Qd5 instead of Qb3?
hope i get this ending in my games
Lately the puzlle are a bit easy
Nice and easy.
The queenside is a huge field. I have solved this puzzle.
Couldn't you also do
And rocketbobcat Qd5+ is impossible because-Nxd5
I honestly got this one..vnice
Hmm played Ra7+ well it was good anyways.
me too, almost as fast a solution
If I were playing black, I would resign before 2....Kxa8
ends in a very simple checkmate
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