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too easy i FIRST PAGEEEE shout out to my boi JEREMY LIN!!!
I was actually expecting black Qxg3 and Bxf7#.
Ill try and explain this problem:
1) If you think there is a flaw in the puzzle, you simply don't understand it completely.
Riiiiiiiiiight . . . like the times when the puzzle's busted and nothing will move. Totally the user's fault.
@navneenthc, thought the same thing, good puzzle though :)
Also, if you have a question about "OMG why didn't the black queen take the white queen on move two", then you might want to consider playing it out yourself before asking:
Those are rare occasions. Idle claims happen almost on a daily basis.
Hmmm. So much to think about.
very good puzzle. no queen sacrifice and pure tactics
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