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long think ... white move given a valuable pieces for won the game. Hard Puzzle.
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wow...that was great!
this is sick ! only high class player or computer can think this far and do this ! lol
this is cool
I really lover the beauty of the first move. Block the queen and mate with two knights
not an easy one!
the nice thing is that if 2...Nxg7, then you just simply 3.Nf6+
If Black captures White's Queen with his Knight, and saves the Rook, then this doesn't work. Black can take White's Knight on F7 with its Rook.
very good puzzle....... and nice too!
This i like!!!
hahaha.. nice puzzle!
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