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Nice puzzle showing the power of the cavalry.
I'm not very good at chess...but eventually...
that one is very easy.......
Regarding my original comment, 'Did white win'? It looks like that after loosing it's queen, black resigns. Perhaps that's where the 'and wins' comes in the title. Must say, if I was playing black, I'd be inclined to go on. As the saying goes, 'it's not over until.........'. What do you think ?
I must have a mental block on this one.
nice, good puzzle
whats the big deal??
Черные отошли королем, а почему бы не забрать пешку слоном?
i love queens)
What about after 1.d7 Qxd7 which leaves Black with chances
No mistakes and quickest I've solved a saturday I think...Those that got it wrong were probably going for mate.
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