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There are synonyms for easy, like simple.
pieces of cake... make the difficult one...
[COMMENT DELETED] oooooh yeah.
Got it! Nice puzzle, with the bishop check a nice change from a queen sac.
1- h6+ gxh6 (if ...Kg8 2-Qh7#)
2- Bd4+ f6 (if ....Bg7 3- Qxg7# )
im glad people note that they're on the first page...it means the'yre capable of simple spatial navigation. . its good to see the kids know where they're are
This would never exist in a real game, no player could leave the white queen where it is to start off with, it would just get taken.
Rook sack but Ice Queen brings home the trophy mate.
Wow sometimes I just don't see the forest through the trees...
Sac then attack.
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