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One of those rare chance I solve Saturday puzzles flawlessly!
was not expecting a non-mate puzzle since that has been the trend. at first i didn't see how the block was useful, but on further analysis I see how the mates are achieved.
Interesting puzzle indeed.
I didn't get it. Maybe I'm not a tactiful person at all.
Very nice indeed! Worthy of a Saturday puzz. I saw the rook exchange, but the bishop had me trying a lot of things before I nailed it. Educational, cutting off a line. Thank you.
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Effective.Please be relevant, helpful & nice!
So accurate.. There's no way to hide..
the problem is so..uh....good!
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