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Don't underestimate the power of two nights in the endgame. I had a similar (but not as cool) mate a while ago.
I must stop looking as these comments before I take on the puzzle. I'm not helping myself by doing that!!
i will not reply to another yesterdays puzzle
I had initially thought taking with the bishop instead of knight would make a difference but clearly it did not. Really nice puzzle. I didn't solve it.
verry clever but nice one!@!
its feb 10th not 9th
Already seen this one before(Winning chess tactics I think.)
one of the best yet
The ole' Queen Clearance Sacrifice along with the power of the two knights! Thanks for the lesson.
It was easy, but I like it.
queen sacrifice is a clever mate technique?
Hmm... same as yesterday.
a good 1
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