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first to clear the way and allow some teamwork
Nice forced checkmate
All out attack - no room for error. Now, where's that lurking bishop.
page one !!
It kind of works on its own, even if you do not see the answer immediately and just make the moves you might do in a play.
Missed the third move.
its a good checkmate...
Needs some thinking! I needed more than one try!
As you force the moves and play along the next move seems to just fall into place. I must admit that I couldn't foresee the checkmate location at the start but it just fell into place.
12 mins late......ooooh getting closer...
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