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way too easy if you cant do it....
nice and easy and tricky
i suck at chess
Good puzzle :)
Queen blocks Rook a1
Thanks for the lesson!
What about 1.Qc6 Rb7 2.Nd6 xx 3.Qxb7# ?
Black would checkmate before you even get to the third move. Chess doesn't happen in a vacuum, your opponent also has plans.
easy... but nice puzzle
That was one of the most beautiful puzzles I have ever seen.
nice 4th move with the queen
Equally as good with the rook. Don't you think ?
Black Queen can block the Rook.
Classic... gotta know.
i dmit to have tried teh Ra1 first, but easy nonetheless
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