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so easy is it still Sunday
Pleasing, in a non-sexual way.
I like how the first move is one of those obvious "puzzle moves", and then after you throw the queen away you sit there and figure out why it works.
oh ho hum
Very easy puzzle
I'm not sure if I'm right here but not every move is forced couldn't the first move of the black be to take the queen with his rook instead of his king?
no sacrifice no victory
Qg8!..of course King capture..if rook..knight mate on Nf7#..Ne7 check, Kh8..Nf7 check Rf7..I don't know what next?..jejeje....
logical progression- esp after realizing the opponent has mate in one.
whaoooo! very easy
Hay, who was white and who was black and when was this game played?
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keeping king on top
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Porn removal from discussion thread
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My standard rating only went up 200 points instead of 400?????
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Should i use the same opening in every game?
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Censorship was never the answer after all
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