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Nice squeen sac
Simple but nice.
All forced moves, nothing to discuss - dull.
Very nice puzzle.
great love the sacrifice
Queen sac. Where have I seen that before?
Ah yes, start with the old queen sac, and let her roll from there!
Queen sacrifice easy
i only had 1-2 mistakes
Great queen sacrifice..
An unwritten rule of chess.com puzzles... when all else fails... use a queen sacrifice.
Got it second go - I was looking at Rd6!! blocking checks and leading to forced mate but obviously was wrong lol! Then the queen sac was the obvious move and the other 3 moves were easy, good puzzle :)
i have a question why didn't black kill the rook in the 2nd step why did it took it king back
The king was in a double check.
7/4/2015 - IM Bosboom - IM Bitalzadeh, Corus C, 2009
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