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great rebuttal! Didn't see that.
...that's all because the puzzle is very easy ;).
And alternate line is:1. Qxh6+ Kg8 2. Ra8#
Glad it was white's move at that point; Black was poised for 1. ... Qg2#
Are you sure?
Could we have 'em a leetle-bit harder please ? Boris my pigmy catfish laughed at this one.
Very easy, there was only one reasonable place to sac my queen, so I just went ahead and did it.
My train of thought as well.
cmon, that was a sunday puzzle!
cool......neat mate...yeah baby
hey...there are two ways to get mate in two. aint there?
yes...there are two ways to do it....huh??
why didnt you put both ways down?
oh...i'll hand it to you...that is a sequence most wont see.
Took me a few attemps.
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