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a perfect sunday puzzle
Very nice puzzle. Thanks.
This is the first time I have been on the first page. I also like the discovered double check theme to force checkmate.
yo 1st page and easy puzzle!
so easy i solved it with out mistake but yesterday puzzle was so hard
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White's position is strong here, Knight to D6 also uncovers the check from the bishop and threatens/captures the queen next move, and black's in real trouble here
but nice one
Good Sunday puzzle, but still has some helpful material to learn--double checks are great!
First, of course! Way too easy!!
okay, too easy that i gave up.....
I would have Taken the queen just becaus I could! I gess thats the fight in me! Mate is good!
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