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Mate is very nice, but position is very unlikely to be realistic((
This would never happen in real life. I wish it would.
What of? 1. pe4+ pxp 2. Ne3++
If 1. e4+ then 1...Ke6 will escape mate in two.
so tough but awsom ................................ m
gotta be 1 of the easyest ive ever solved
what a nice surprise!
Great Sacrifice of Queen to checkmate ,,,, really surprising & awesome :) :)
1. Qc4+ Kxc4
2. Ne3 #
difficult puzzle, nice
This is a surprise mate :
Two answers to that one, tacticop.
way more than 2 XD, 6 mates in one ...
Oh you're right! :-) Although I count 7.
Ah... yeash ok.
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