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lovely and simple
another amazing queen sac...
For those who want something more changelling:
Nice one, thank you :)
Very good puzzle beautiful sacrifice
alright...it is not bad
it was an easy one
Ng6 Nf8 ???
Interseting sacrifice !
You can't not get this problem: The first thing you look at is the queen sac, then it's a one move mate.
Nice set-up move to force a capture and block an exit for the King.
Am I the only one who thinks that "IncrediBill" is a big douche thinking every mindless pieace of cake puzzle is a brilliant composition?
1. Ng5 2. Kh7 3. Nf8 Why wouldn't this work
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