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be helpful, post real stuff here!! why doesnt black play 2Qf2#???? who on earth could miss that??
quite the mate...love the power of forced move. GOOD work
wonderful mate in 6 after mobbing the disturbing pawn which guarded b5 point
A metaphoric vision of crisis. Without the working pawn, the king comes down
The problem is that black is in check and must get his king out of check first.
Good one, but there was other and more easier solutions to this
Could you please share what those solutions are? I would be interested to know.
Marpris, boy, white play. That´s the matter. Black cannot take in f2, because of the checks they´re suffering.
very instructive puzzle.
Twisted and fun!
Nice to see a careful chase.
Cool :) !
Ice Queen Reigns Supreme forcing every move just like a Dominatrix should prior to mating her man.
8/29/2014 - Rada - Kostal, Prague 1942
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observe the diagram
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1600 at last!
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mate in ?????
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