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I didn't like this one at all. How exactly is getting the queen pinned black's best possible move again? I know it's a puzzle, but it doesn't teach or prove anything. I'm sorry guys but thumbs way down. I really didn't get this one.
Sunday's puzzles are usually fun
that was a cool one.......
what is first page anyways? a lil help here please......
typical easy sunday puzzle.. but why did black give away the queen? black's move was stupid
This puzzle's cooked.
In a real game the black Queen would never have captured the Rook (Qxe5) unless it was a terrible blunder.
Here is one variation on how the game could have possibly played out if the Black Queen made another choice:
Nice puzzle. Good comment IncrediBill.
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