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Interesting puzzle - I guess you salvage the even trades from the lost bishop staring you in the face....and win by being up two pawns.
very interesting and 15th
Took a while. But I got it.
If I were playing the game I wouldn't consider my problems solved yet. I would still have to engineer a queen trade without losing my pawn advantage.
wow, that one took me a lot longer than it should've...these daily puzzles are great for someone just learning chess.
2. page? cool:D
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