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Liked it b/c my first inclination for the third move would be to snag the pawn with the Queen for the check. Just seemed more natural / safer. BTW: That incilination explains my rating
It is better than yesterday, I made page Five or Six
done in 5 sec
I'm not very good at this game, but seeing that it was necessary to maintain an agressive series of checks, the moves were obvious.
wow this problem needs viagra. . .
that was tricky and fun
It was hard for me to believe that that third check was going to be mate but it certainly is!
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Good and nice.
very nice. Took a sec, but not two.
I love Knights!
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