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Not a good one... this was very easy...
I didn´t get it...
Well I am not very bright. I was looking for a check or checkmate? I understand the advantage of removing opponent pieces, but could we have least played out the match and gotten a check or checkmate, no matter the amount of moves. ARGH!
Finally something besides mating puzzles. Have to see more than forcing lines now.
software glitch with this one
black would move bxf3 and only lose a bishop for pawn, rather than a free bishop.
Attack both Bishops
in what sense is this equalizing? you're now up a piece
i didnt really get it...
ok. thought was ending in mate.....
that was harder than i thought
Well, how about that.
One bishop is as good as another!
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