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Sacrifice a potential queen and a rook! And then this!!
I had seen this before, but it's still as beautiful.
impressive .... i like it!
nice looking final board id say.
uber nice knights
Nice table setting.
Yeh this is a great mate, the fact that in order to defend himself from a mate he must capture the rook with his knight on f7 only to realize that knight on f7 would ultimately block his king from avoiding the mate with the twin white knights.
very nice double knight mate
14 Hours ; Alice I am going to send you to the moon.
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Cool :) !
very cool, nice pattern.
Kind of easy when the rooks make it clear you have to put them in check every time, but clever two knight mate.
Yup, one of the better puzzles I've seen here.
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