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tough. I see, chess is life...
Second page, not too bad for a fairly easy puzzle.
I might be missing something so if some1 could let me know, why does black bxh6, it seems if black didnt take the bishop white wouldnt be able to force mate quickly, wait nvm i see now the white bishop pins blacks bishop while queen delivers finishing blow, if black doesnt take it
but the mate isnt forced, why cant black do something like: kxd4 instead of Bxh6 ? then there isnt a mate
oh, now i see that the bishop is pinned, great puzzel
Good to get it done on the first attempt
If black doesn't take the bishop he wins. Black is two pieces ahead! Bad move for white.
This one was really difficult. What a great puzzle.
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