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didn't get first page =(
good puzzle though
nice one again.........
I have the same thought as ChesstyA why Black didn,t play En Passant
or is this puzzle only played up to white move Pawn G4
Can black not do an "En Passant" after G4?
I had the same thoughts!
easy for a kid. really.
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Not mate - pawn move is subject to en passant
do any of you guys read these comments and reply
I really like this one and I am so glad we got to save the queen!
Good puzzle, though wouldn't black last longer if he moved the king after the initial kf5 check instead of taking the knight?
what do play against 1.e4 d5
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