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darn i saw this but i thought that after the sac that the king would be able to escape to the exact square the knight still controlled do i discarded the idea.
the only way to counter the bishop check is to interpose the queen and the penny drops.
sac tha queen then BISHOP POWER!!!!!!!nice
mating net of two bishops. nice.
I didn't even study the puzzle. I sac'd the queen, guessed right and went from there hehe
Yep. Nearly all the puzzles here begin with a queen sacrifice. No analysis required, just sac the queen and you're half way there. The puzzle element is gone when its so damn predictable.
In only 3 moves! I'm impressed! No seriously, damn good!!!
how to solve the daily puzzle:
1) Kill your queen
2) Puzzle is easy from there
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