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sometime i'll make it to the first page! though i don't understand why that's so cool.. :) still, nice puzzle
nice one again.......good Knight!
nice smothered mate with a knight
A typical semi-smothered mating combination.
got stuck on the 3rd move but figured it out. :) yay
good smothered mate.
Nice puzzle. That square which was dominated by the white queen ended occupied by its own black knight, so it was a perfectly justified queen sac. Cool indeed.
Thanks for the lesson!
Whats with all the queen sacs, its getting a little bit old. Fine puzzle, anyway.
queen goes sacrifice..
Suite Puzzle! Always love a smothered mate, but this one was well hidden!
Did it first try, though I was a bit stumped when I realised 3.QH7+ wasn't mate.
Nice problem. For those doing the problem, keep in mind "discovered' checks!
good one indeed.
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