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What if black didn't take the horse with the pawn and just mated by taking white's rook on e1?
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I saw the last move, but I didn't realize that the bishop was checking, so I looked at the comments, and someone wrote that it was a double check, so I weant back to the puzzle, and I realized that it was a double check, so I beat the puzzle.
Cool puzzle too!!
First puzzle where i got all moves on first try :)
Amazing how white forced him into a trap!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
All of Black's moves are forced. Any other moves for Black would have been illegal.
Really good puzzle!
Double checks... weapons of mass destruction.
good one :)
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