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not so easy for me, I was looking for mate.
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Short and sweet. Admittedly, I didn't see that one coming.
I'm so used to looking for checkmate in these puzzles that I didn't even look for anything else. :-(
discovered check to gain material!
No, you're not first :D
What is this whole first trend anyway? Terribly lame.
Really easy puzzle, discovered attacks/checks. Yep.
(o.o) Don't mention it! Then it just gets worse!
I suppose since black is going to lose a minor piece anyway, coupled with his inferior position, the game is pretty much over. But it still feels cheap getting black's queen with such a transparent "surprise." Come on. The title insults black's ability.
easy oh and nice one
D'abord attaquer un cavalier non protégé... ensuite surprendre une dame non protégée... bonne journée.
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