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Why doesn't the black bishop on E7 attack the white knight on D6 after first movement?
Then what about the black queen that can attack the white queen?
I think in 6 is better after taking queen.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
very interesting movies by King~~
a good one!
Not today,why does'nt black take N with B? I see,It will be mate with Qb7,the rest was all forced,nice puzzle.
Qa7 would be a mate in 6.
Either it is not so difficult, or I am getting better at this...
Nice king hunt, without even a sacrifice!
hmmmm....this was mate in 2
better w/ kc7,bf4, rb8,nxp+
slash and burn
It was really hard
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