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more queen sacrifice!
chess.com, today's puzzle is good but the thing is , you are taking the fun out of it. why do u say mate in 2? If u didnt give away the clues then it would have been a bit challenging for us to solve the puzzle. Well anyways..I enjoyed sacrifycing my queen to get his king. Have a happy puzzle day!!!:)
may be i wud never acted this way... simply awesome
How to slove chess.com puzzles
Step 1: What is the dumbest looking queen sac on the board?
Step 2: What are the rest of the moves?
The answer to most these puzzles lately is to sacrifice your strongest piece.
Then, once again, without the mighty horsei that spreads his powers behind enemy walls an lines it was not mate-in-2 at all!!!!😛
quite nice -position may be in real game
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Facing a coward who loves to lose on time?
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