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Bxe4 works as well
Bxe4 can't force mate in 3.
It's already been discussed.
not that hard
It took be only three minutes to figure it out. but nice puzzle for intermediates.
A bit Hard
why black queen is sacrificed??????????????????????
nice! but y does black sac queen?
stuped puzzle if white can't put black in check with it's first move how can he now what black will do.
But why would black trade the queen?
I see 2.G4
Nice but black is doomed again!
Lol.... are you sure your not called Darth Vader?
An interesting one.
why black queen scarified?
Keep postponing checkmate.
nice puzzle. almost didnt get it. it looks easy now
rule the world eh?
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