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gains a knight
5 seconds solved.
to easy ☺
Yes, I made it! "Remove the defender" tatctics...
I still miss today's puzzle!
Yes, something odd about today's puzzle (15th./March that is) because it had been posted (unless I'm imagining things) on the puzzle forum...
... but now it's gone from there!
I had to remove it, it was broken. I'm trying to get it fixed and re-added
I'm curious, what if instead of gxf6 Black plays cxd4? It makes way more sense to me.
Check out post #46 on the original "Sweet Little Combo" forum. There is a response to this comment there.
Thanks kohai, I thought I might have been seeing things
Yeah I saw it, but I still don't get it :)
Bright gain of material!
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