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Straight forward Queen Sac with forced mate.
hey guys i cant solve the problem because i cant catch the pieces. what can i do for that?
because the piece is stuck on my mouse and i can select another piece
great but can we a better puzzle?
A Beauty! Thank You.
It was a grat puzzle... the one at the bottem SUCKED!!!!
rook to g7 seemed like a more legit move to me
Why in the world would you allow Black's queen to get involved in the defense by having white move Rxg7??
I got it right the first time. I also solved Shahaliyev99's problem correctly the first time because I knew about it previously.
great puzzle! Got it first time!
Awesome.Please be relevant, helpful & nice!
Nice, but easy. Can you post harder puzzle?
HARDER?! LOL...I can't even get these ones!
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