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neato, but i always like to think of ways that black can do better.. lets say it goes like this:
and ugh yah.. how does that look for black? what would you play as white from there to rock the house?
no problem Jay. If you can see the history of all these edits i've been making I hope they are amusing to you..haha)
and yah... i am silly.. white wins quickly anyhow..
these puzzles just make me smile a lot ^_______^
what if instead of h6 black played h5
The title told us a hint.
Good interference with the bishop.
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