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Children fairly for people which badly play don't expose such problems of more day dug with it
Might have missed a quicker way to checkmate.
THAT WAS 2 EASY
You want something harder?
after Qh6 why not Rf7? it wrecks whites plan
White will start a kingside attack like f4...
whowww...you may not consider giving him a stone, he might hit your head with it.
oh come on, don't fool yourself, it isn't a puzzle.who are u kidding?
Rf7 is certainly much better than Kf7 though...it saves an early loss
Well I didn't want to make the puzzle very long.
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