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very obvious,cmon and give us a 4+ move puzzle,make it interesting!
immortal game...the puzzles chess .com shows are well known ...or so predictable..i think the site should consider on posting more interesting puzzles atleast once in three days
easy to win white,anyway good puzzel, nice puzzel
At the very first glance I saw QxR, QxQ, Nxf7#, but since there's a knight on h6, the solution is obvious! :)
I saw that too.
Good problem. Nice.
Nice, however I didn't underestand why the black killed the knight with the queen ?
Even if black took the N with the N on h6,it would still be mate with Bxc7.The black K was pinned by Re1,so black was doomed from the start!!!
I got it
Nice, but a little too easy.
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