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wrong wrong wrong
Also Qa3+ leads to the same result.
powerful pawn there.
1. Queen to a3 is better...Qxa3 2 Bxa3
I am aggravated by puzzles that involve a late-in-the-game castle as a solution. In this case, it really was unnecessary. Simply moving 1.Rd1+ serves the same purpose.
Thanks for the puzzle.
i am still not good in this game
Keep working at it. You'll get better. Be patient and try not to have any distractions when your figuring out the puzzles.
my blindness again bloody wittle pawn
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