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nice puzzle,I would never see sacing a R would end up in mate with piece's I had,was that a real game?
love the new change with the puzzles.Very challenging.
Difficult to spot until you get to desperation and think Queen sacrifice
superb queen sac!!
Anderssen was a true poet of chess. Brilliant at the queen sack, and finding couter-intuitive ways out of seemingly intractible situations, showing what we gain by sacrificing.
Nice and what could be else
Cool, didn't see the solution right off the top, had to press help key.
wow. nice puzzle. struggled with the first move. didnt see the queen sac.
Wow! Very cool puzzle. I figured White was hosed once he took the black pawn, but I completely missed the mate.
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