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lets have some puzzles that doesnt put Black in check on the first move.Good puzzle nevertheless.
Find the quickest-fastest way of trashing the white queen -
and the rest is fall-off-the wall simple.
Yes, it all fell into place after that.
1st time and solved!!!!!!
Last! No retries. If course, the Queen sacrifice starts it off.
Just remember, most puzzles involves sacrificing a piece. The queen was sacrifice in this one.
Hey, in the year of 1750 they were still sacking the Queen.
this is nice
Sweet! Got it first try.
YES I GOT IT THE FIRST TRY!! :)
nice puzzle..knigt checks are amazing
Nice use of the knights after the Queen sac.
easy but cool :)
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