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how about Ne6..Kg8 Qxb?
Excellent use of the Knight - although I had a hard time seeing this one.
Was really confused for a minute there because I didn't notice that the rook file was open. Felt a bit foolish
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Not an easy puzzle if one does not see the white rook at right corner.
love those knights
just have to look for the best sac, too easy
woo i got this :)
oh, its 2
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