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good! but asy
Definitely easier with the pieces now back on the board!
I got it. Having pieces on the board made it easier than yesterday's puzzle.
xray beat me to the punchline!
Easy X-ray mate!
Post #69 is nice, too. One defender deflected. Another eliminated. And the queen does the rest! (By the way 1 Bxc5+ bxc5 2 Rxe5 not only wins the queen but does still have the same threat!)
!!!! NICE !!!!
14 Hours ; Alice I am going to send you to the moon.
i didnt notice the rook on the a-file!!!
How easy is that?
A nice puzzle
Good exercise in recognizing the rook/knight mating position.
Lesson learned: SAC the queen first, the rest will fall into place. Usually works for the puzzles. Not so much elsewhere.
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