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Very very elegant queen sac!! Forced mate all the way, since black has a deadly queen staring right at the rook! Love how the bishop is placed superbly for the final position!!
Pretty much forced all the way.
First! xD (3rd)
I'm up laaaate.
not terribly challenging for a thursday, but a nice elegant problem.
This puzzle teaches to play controlled chess, although it is mate in one!
very nice puzzle
what a rook, knight and bishop motif. Outstanding puzzle!!
Nice puzzle :D Lol
a very nice one
haha. made one mistake
cool one without mistakes all the moves flowed
not easy at all - the queen sac is not easy to spot in an open game
Is there a name for this opening?
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