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Almost over look the power of powan. Love the combination aspect of it.Thank you for posting the puzzel.
Simply excellent, thanx for sharing...
beautiful ending :)
black acted somewhat foolish in the open moves...but still a decent puzzle
This is probably the best daily puzzle ,in the month I've been here. I wish I could see that far ahead. I would have only done that out of desperation, most likely and only gotten lucky, in a real game situation.
Really good one, did it on the second try!
very nice - cool mating net ...
would love to have that win endgame!
awesome. last post
Isn't 2. Ne1+ valid too? Should be identical because of Zugzwang and next move goes straight to the same following chess position...
it isn't good cause you would have lost the game
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More black games!
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