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The first time I solve a difficult puzzle at daily puzzle. Nice mate.
puzzle is very elegant
Absolutely fantastic. Blacks pieces are 'tripping' on one another. Even if the black bishop does not capture white plays Qh8 with mate.
first try busted aint nuthin
i got it withmy first touch...
Gosh, true! The bishop can't take Qh8 because it's pinned by the white bishop! Amazing! :)
Real puzzle after many days
Nice. But what if the black bishop would not have taken the white bishop ? White wouldn't have made it.
Nice use of pin and discovered attack..
...aha then Qh8 would have done the job.
wow, great puzzle
That was different
clearing the way of bishop..
The first moved cleared the knight out of the way so the bishop could move to H6.
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