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very good puzzle
can someone explain to me what happend ?
I don't get it.
this is dumb
Once Black takes the white queen, white can not move the pawn that was his only move - hence stailmate and a draw.
Hope that helps.
How does it SAVE the DRAW ?!!!
Isn't now white SURELY LOSING ??
didnt get the ending until i reread the name of the puzzle, clever.
it's a stale mate nazib, white has no moves left, if he doesnt take the queen then black will be down a queen and lose.
Beautiful! Forced to stalemate!
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