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No mate this time...good puzzle.
Very nice puzzle. Good.
Unusual for a Sunday puzzle to not go for mate-in-1 or mate-in-2, but right up my alley, since I am more interested in ensuring an eventual win than in winning within a certain number of moves.
The title sort of helps it along, though I hit on the "solution" before seeing the title.
Damm second page
Trying to break the line there steven? No good erasing the comment. You were trying to sneak your way onto first page. We spotted you...
Good puzzle at first i missed and looked for mate or capturing queen for rook then i got this tatic :)
looked quite obvious. people know that(power of rook!) already
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