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in my eyes the best puzzle so far :)
Nice finish to a nice problem.
I have first seen this position in Anthony Saidy's book "The World of Chess". This is a chess problem found in one old Arabian book from 8th or 9th century, I am not sure. Very nice indeed.
Check the king no matter what,thats the only thing a noobie should know
And the first thing you should learn not to do if you ever hope not to be a noobie. See if the check leads anywhere by all means, but don't check just because you can.
This finish reminded me of a famous game between Clemenz and Eisenschmidt - you can Google it. (But they played quite a few, so it will take time.)
darn,missed a move.Awesome mate
I've seen it before
Wow, Rook sacrifice forces black knight to fill up his king's only escape square.
Beautiful! Especially final position!
Why always all of your puzzles include heavy metal sacrifice?
Nice, Doulbe knights can have so much power.
double good knight
i like this nice puzzle
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