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Oh crap, that bishop I forgot
I'd say Black didn,t develope his peices or move his King out of harms way. Two musts of a good opening.
I'm curious, why is it the white queen cannot capture the black rook for check, then take the Queen and checkmate?
nice, too easy though
That was so easy, I didn't see it at first.
Good puzzle. I focused my attention on the open diagonal file that I missed the checkmate.
Nice checkmate. Teaches you to look at the whole board.
Yowsers, I made like 10 mistakes before I stumbled onto the answer. It was a brilliant move, after I realized what they were trying to show me. :)
One try. Took a bit of thinking but I got it.
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