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i've never seen this mate pettern!
I liked that one!! very nice!
wow... it didn't let me play 5Nh7#
Not checkmate. The knight needs to go to e6 to control the g7 escape square.
That's because it's a bad move ? It gives black an escape square on g7 & so therefore isn't mate !
Good puzzle but not difficult when each move must check the black king. Mates using knights are always a little more stylish & I loved that four-knight formation at the end.
wonderful, absolutely wonderful
This puzzel is heart touching.
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Hi! Pies'n'Guys In Blue Skies. Hello chess.com and thanks. Bautiful checkmate. Not Easy, Thank You!
awesome. best puzzle by far, good job
i wonder why alot of people try to post their comments first./=
hi anyhow. (=
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