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Good puzzle -- title gave it away, though.
That was good, bro
yes I do have to agree with mitemakeswrite. They are getting a little too easy.
yay, second page.
too easy :P
WOOOH. good but easy. Oh yeah, first time on second page
2nd page-nice moves again...
that was fun!
Interesting, The first move - ... Re8 was almost forced - it is one of the few effective moves to prevent white's Qe1#, Then it is most fortunate that black can answer white's Ng6+ with a queen-fork sequence that captures white's rook and gives black a piece advantage.
White would have done better playing 2. Qe3.
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