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An easy five mover mate but instructive mate and beautiful.
A mad black queen to F6 doesnt prevent mate in 5 either
Just wondering why the black bishop would move there in the first place?
It is just a free piece...
lol, what good alternative does black have other than to resign or prolong the inevitable checkmate in the face of certain defeat? Resignation is the alternative. A puzzle that makes perfect and absolute sense. If black is to follow through to whites mate. Very simple
Screw the rook!
ann't make any sence for a famer like me!
Daily Puzzle board should be called 'Gulliver'. Big one click, small the next.
Was that a deliberate sacrifice? To threaten the queen?
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the queen sacrifice
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why do so many reject a second game especially if they loose?
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