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solved it not looking at solution!!!! ::::::::DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD
what is the queen sac used for????
I thought you could not perform en passant to get out of check, so I also went without the queen sac.
nice puzzle but a little easy,,,,sacrifce queen,,,
Second lol :) But yeah a good puzzle
taking out the pawn to prevent the enpassant... very nice.
OK, I can solve it once you tell me it's there, BUT in a game, I'd never look for it.
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Good puzzle. Not terribly easy like they usually throw at us. Took me a minute or 2 tonight.
good puzzle but easy...
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