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the bead has stick to my cursor
awesome checkmate !!!!!!!
Nice, very nice
Tough, but finally got it.
Hard to believe this position is from a real game!
I like it....Nice set of moves
Hard to believe that position resulted from a real game!
Interesting finish, a two-rook pincer, this game was played 105 years ago.
very good! the king has no choice but take the bait.
wow 1907 people were still mostly riding horses.......
Why Black Queen defeat White Castle and Check?=)
It's difficult to understand what you mean as each one of White's moves is check so Black has no freedom of movement & can't retaliate !
But there is one thing no-one has commented on - Black's queen can interfere but only to bring about mate even more quickly...
2... Qe53. Rg8+ Ke7 4. Nf5#
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