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Great puzzle 5/5
Kind of easy, checked for puzzle this morning and there wasn't any, thought you wouldn't post it!
Thanks for the puzzle
front page.............................but are all the moves forced?
2. Nf6 also is correct - giving booth rooks ability to attack at king file
Wow wonderfull problem !
can someone please explain why after 1. Bxh6+, the rook doesn't just take the bishop?
Good puzzle. Nice even though late
I agree, why not 1.....Rxh6?
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