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That was fun.
You know it, I got it.
I don't why it took me a Long time to Figure out last move though it was obvious
.. might as well add followed by ...Kc7, Ba5#
fun but eh !? couldn't figure out that much though...
That was very nice. The moves that come from real games always seem to be superior to the puzzles that are just invented up. I quite enjoyed this one. Thanks!
Truely a Thing of Beauty.
Tough puzzle with multiple sacrifices yet forcing moves.
Great coordination of the White pieces.
peace of cake........lol
why not 2....hxg6?
white is unable to take the queen immediately on c7 because rook takes on g2+ then comes back to g7 and recaptures the queen or force a draw, after hxg6 the rook is hemmed in and is unable to do much and then white is simply up a queen.
finally a good puzzle
Fantastic puzzle - keep them coming!
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