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Pretty nice puzzle. I love these kinds of mating patterns.
Nice second move
there wasn't that many options so worked it out fairly quick, first puzzle for a while where a move didn't involve a check though.
something different from queen sac...
Nice problem. The key for me was move 2.
easy one....... trickiest....
Nice to see a non-checking, non-forcing move (Kh2) in one of these puzzles for a change.
Easy, am I one the first page at last ?
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