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royal sunday puzzle
easy and i like it
Why didn't the queen take the knight?
Thius puzzle is not easy. I missed the first page trying to figure out why the black queen sat there without taking the knight. Is she one of those politicians who seem to do nothing but smile to cameras? Puzzle is inbaccurate since the wueen taking knight would have been a better amswer to the first move by the knight.
If he did not move the queen he would of gotten checkmated anyway, the white's rook would of came up and captured black's rook.
Never mind, it is still mate in tywo even if the queen takes knight. It is way too early or late here, four am in Ottawa
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