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why didn't the blak queen take the white queen in the first?
not in one :p
oh i fugured out it would be mate the next one......
on the first page.......solved it but sill figuring out why black queen not took white queen in first move. lol
1ст пейдж )
if the black queen takes its counterpart, it would be RxR mate in the next move
i figured it out after posting my previous comment.....another question why black king not moved g8 instead blocking with queen after first move.
here is why black queen did not take white queen
why black king not moved g8 instead blocking with queen after first move.
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