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oh oh first!!!
if black doesn't accept the draw with Kh6, it follows a simple mate
impractical... to b frank...
I love being on th first page :3
first page again..... i am getting lucky
on first page
me gusta !
Very difficult puzzle.
Pretty and not too easy to find.
Can't get it why did he sacrifices his Queen what will happen pls tell me.
wow that was really easy. Here is another puzzle taken from a game between Anand-Leko.
It is important to capture with the correct rook
Black has the strong threat R6e2. I think it white not sacrifices his queen he will lose the game.
Oh now I get it
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