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These people who always say first page are difinitely are the ones who failed to solve it from the first trial:)
This was simple.Attack with a discovered attack!!!!
Nice n cool
The beauty of the horsie is revealed once again. Very nice puzzle.
How on earth did black get into this position in the first place?
This question should be ask in 99% of the puzzles. I wish to have puzzles that were taken from real games. Point is that in real games the loosing party will resign long before reaching to such poor position.
finished it in 2 moves, so easy(e5 to f7 with horse then g3 to c7 with bishop)
Very nice =D
that was a bit too obvious!
why weren't black's other three minor pieces out?!
One of the best puzzles so far ,
Yeah sure ! your online rating is extremely high.
Very tactful! Nice to be set up so pretty.
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