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1st again! ;)
Today queen sac. Always threaten to discovered check. Quite nice puzzle I think. Bishop pair - 2 power! :)
number 2 good puzzle
Fourth >=) piece of cake
Is this when I'm supposed to feel glorious for being on page 1?
i dont understand why black would move their queen to e8...
Page one? No way!
Up at 3 a.m. Might as well..........
It cannot be. There is a mistake
Me neither - the black queen could take the white bishop. also the move below shows Bxf6 but the move is to e8. Could someone please explain?
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