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bla bla bla. its a puzzle guys.Its supposed to be fun
huh i dont understand
why cant qxg3
Thank you JohnVI
I don't understand why not 1.Qg3! Qxg3 2 Ne7 Nxe7 3 Bf7# ???
I liked it!
Pretty easy once you get the first move right. It took me a few seconds, but I got it.
if a puzzle is flawed or erroneous, there should be an official apology for wasting everyone's time and immediately withdrawn. There's no problem today... good 1!
nice and complcated
Very nice.. And whats more.. I had it with no mistakes. I may well be improving xD
I was completely lost on this one. So many things I could have done differently.
It seems there is the mate in 3 as the fastest solution, as stated above...anybody see any flaw?
Bonne journée; have a good day.
1.Qg3+? Qxg3 2 Ne7+ Rxe7
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