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Like a ligtning!
another nice Q sac....
same thing, right?
every day it's easy, easy,easy...
nice and easy
Nice puzzle, good combination!
The key on this one is that black's f-pawn is pinned by the bishop. So the second attack at g6 forces the black king's retreat to f8, and from there he has no escape square.
Impossible to get out of that battery. Nice puzzle.
good, quick, easy
It's cold as IceQueen in here. I love Queen supremacy. Especially when we die and still win.
nice and not too hard
:) like it
gee, what an easy puzzle, although I didn't get it the first time.
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