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nice one :)
interesting puzzle. Doubling the rooks, or Rxa7 both looks strong, but rb8+ sucks the king into a mating net the fastest.
That's cool. =)
i didnt like the step taken by the queen...
thanks for the puzzle,cant screw that one up. MEOW to all!!!
easy got it as soon as I saw it.. ;)
whats wrong with doing Rb1 in the first move?
edit: nevermind, i just realized the king can escape to d8 You answered your own question
:) I like it!! ;)
Very difficult but a nice puzzle.
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