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You gotta be kidding me.
Wow. Had to see Qg7 before starting combo. Nice
whats with the Q???
Nice finish. Black can die with or without his Queen.
Very Nice ; & the alternate puzzles 2.
i finished im still not god at these
So much for being relavent in the comment section.
WOW ! Very clever stuff.
Hard puzzle,did all right untill move 4,Tried moving my Q but not to g7,I guess the idea was for black to take Q and then Re8 would be mate,but black does not have to take Q,black Q could move to d8,where does white move now? This was a lousy puzzle.Thank's Chess.Com,good day chess head's. I think Quino need's help.Whose going to find move's to mate?
nice one and second page
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