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nice & simple
Impossible to do it wrong.
We've had this puzzle before.
This feels extremely familiar.
just push the bishop out of the way
nice for beginners
@Dayum : Me too.
typical checkmate. Quite simple, but i suppose its worth to show for the less rated people.
I've done this exact same puzzle in TT n' recognise it immediately .
I solved it perfectly!
Bishop sacrifice to allow queen to enter play.
I figured it out = too easy.
I'm all for recycling, but why reuse a (not THAT old) old daily puzzle??
I've seen this kind of mate so many times in daily puzzles... think of something new!
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