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First page! Very good puzzle, required thinking, but wasn't "difficult".
Very nice indeed!
Complicated, but that's not a bad thing!
very hard and complicated one....
Yea that's pretty good!
I thought 5.Bb4 was mate but seen Nc2,then realized Bf6 was mate
So...do people actually try to SOLVE the puzzle before posting or is it an all out free for all to post in an effort to get on the first page?
For me, this was one of those in which I couldn't foresee the checkmate, but after picking the right initial check move (I initially tried 1.Ng5+ which would have allowed eventual escape to d6), I got to the solution by simply just taking what I saw as the "best" moves at each step.
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