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Simple, yet neat-looking checkmate. Mwah.
I've seen this puzzle before. Is it from Polgars Chess Tactics for Champions book?
Simple but clever.
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a good one for tatics trainer. a nice clearance sacrifice of the knight and queen deflection to make way for Qd6#.
Nice i love it! Can i do that puzzle again? :D!
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I thoght I would never be so stupid to write it but... First page!!!
is that mean good or bad
yes ! a simple one!!
Very nice puzzle.
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