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didn't like this puzzle, not very clear on it's tactics
HEY EVERYBODY - IF THE BLACK QUEEN TAKES THE WHITE QUEEN ON THE SECOND MOVE - THEN BLACK BECOMES CHOPPED LIVER ON THE THIRD MOVE.
Return to post #54, eldridge11111 explains - real good - why the white queen becomes a live grenade.
Saturdays are great, but tomorrow is 'no brain needed' Sunday.
That must be the rabbit from Monty Pyton's Holy Grail! (lol)
that's it? easy
i just dont get it,why didnt the black queen take my queen,when i put him in check
very thought provoking and a valuable gift.
I like this one! Thanks!
Interesting puzzle. If this were to happen to me for real, I'm not sure I could think beyond what appears to be imminent disaster.
It is ok.
no check mate?!
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