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I feel like it's a sunday puzzle, easyyy :p
Fairly simple. I guess the trick with this one is to lead off with the Knight check.
i can"t do that
Anastasia's Mate. Funny, this is one of the first tactics taught in the book "How to Beat Your Dad at Chess"
great puzzle! got all the moves right on my 1 try
Solved without Errors :) !
Simple, Anastasia's mate!!!!!
Anastasia and the game of chess! Thanks. I have solved this puzzle.
Man, I suck at chess.
Maybe you only need to practice a little more ;)
The inevitable queen sac is in the middle of the sequence. How clever!
These puzzles... always a Queen sac, always... <<yawn
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