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easy as usual, white to move as usual...
How did you do that,MSC157?
Easy as pie!
Do you know how to make a pie?
I thought so....
MSC 157: Outstanding takeover of the daily puzzle; much props!
Why not Qxc6?
I'm so sorry, but you can't beat me, dailypuzzle! It's my thread.
EDIT: Chess.com, please don't delete it, I just want to help. :)
Thanks for explaining the options! Sometime I wish Chess.com did.
Very Nice MSC157, Chess.com take note!! You should have this feature after puzzles are solved, it really helped me understand why my own initial Qxc6 idea was flawed!!!
Because it's a mate in 4 after Bf5
I love how there is an explanation!
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