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My anteni are in a frenzy ! That was simpel but powerful! Any more?
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very difficult but nice
Not to brag but...one try. Grant me this small victory.
very easy got it! :)
I couldn't help but notice that if the king is moved instead of the queen after the knight attack, the result is still the same...I was slightly surprised by the ambiguity.
No option but to capture the knight.
actually the king could be moved, but it blocks the queen's protection of h8...it would still be Qh8#...
soooo easy :(
GD DECOY!!! YEAH MAN !! title gives it away though
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