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This is Sunday???
First page at last!
shout out to Mikhail Pietrus hope you get better.
its relevant cause he's got the same first name as Tal
Pieces undefended!! are always starting the problem
first time to be on the first page!!!! heck ya!!!
hanging in air?
i think its cool except that after Re1 it seems black gets the piece right back...
14th, am I still on the first page ?, nice problem..........
Puzzle is very complicated; end is not clear to me.
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