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first maybe :(
not first but again tipical sunday :D
I do like sundays.
It was mate in 3, I know, cause I did it in 3 moves, don't understand how they could have made that mistake in the title.
Nice puzzle, although i was expecting something alittle easier on a sunday
Black is already lost to Nd5.
Needed some thinking, good puzzle
First page wow but it is Sunday I deserve a break
cool...something unique when u have so many options
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