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Common mating pattern.
Nice and easy.
cool. much more fun to play 2. Qxg6 hxg6 3. Bxg6# - yay sacked the queen for the win makes a much better story in the pub!
nice and cool
It wouldnt have mattered if you took with the queen before the bishop either.
First page :D And first. Not bad for 3 in the morning lol.
that was so easy i figured first time
Brightened up a rainy morning, being on the first page, lets hope the rest of the day well !
just one shot!
first page.....after a long time
that's why it is brutal attack...
I solved this puzzle.
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