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most beginners would think that you move your rook closest to your king down but he would be taken so if there are any beginners then don't do that
Oh man, I'm so confused... No queen to sacrifice
Glad I didn't take the queen.
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i am the first man.......wow
ummmm if you wanna embarass yourself to the normal society, this is how (yeah, it was the second post)
A lot of different moves to get a decisive advantage, but only the precise ones lead to mate in minimum number of moves.
sweet rooks... but not without the bishop... nice teemwork:)
Nice interplay of the pieces
i did tihs puzzle five time
I like it. =)
More wrinkles than a Christmas goose, that was a tough nut to quack
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