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THAT WAS SO MUCH BETTER THAN YESTERDAY'S
got all moves in same try
The Modenese Master Giambattista Lolli; born in Nonantola, Italy and died on June 4th 1769. Lolli was a Chess Theoretician! Thanks for the lesson in mate in six!
Very nice. saw the correct move in my second attempt and the rest flowed from there.
love the bishop sac,lovely thinking
Nice puzzle today.
its nice and easy also
Instead of: 2...gxf6
what if: 2...Rg8
See post #74
Leads to mate-in-4 instead of mate-in-6
Thanks - I haven't played any serious chess since 1969 - but I should know better to work on puzzles without a set infront of me. ^___^
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